Well to put it simple when we assess a wedding anniversary invitation we think (on a conscious or subconscious level) of our emotions in the relationship and it just so happens that each emotion can be linked to a particular color.
White/Black – the black and white card, if done properly can seam a bit cheaper then the first combination mentioned above but keep the high class impression that the golden – white card did. The font, as always should be in harmony with the color scheme. This type of card can be used for both formal and non-formal parties.
Handmade card or a handwritten letter. There’s little that can beat a letter or card written in the giver’s own hand. It makes the gift so very personal and meaningful. While a store-bought card may be more extravagantly worded, it lacks your personal signature. If you are writing a letter, use good quality paper, take time over the words as you highlight all the big and small moments that have become cherished memories of the past one year. You can affix your wedding photograph on the card cover to make it really exclusive and personal.
A song composed just for her! Have professional song-writers create a song just for her. Have the CD ready and waiting to be played when she wakes up in the morning of the big day. It will be your declaration of love to her that few gestures can match.
A gift basket of all her favorite things. This tells her something truly heart-warming — that you are cued in to her likes and dislikes and have taken enough effort to assemble her favorites in one delightful hamper. Fill a gift basket with her favorite author’s hardback edition, her favorite bubbly, chocolates, bath and beauty products — and, of course, the mandatory red roses.