A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, sacrifice, trust, enjoyment of each other’s company, tolerance, patience and tenacity. The best way to celebrate a wedding anniversary is to give the loved one the perfect gift for the occasion.
Colors play an important role in our lives. In fact, they play such a subtle, but important, role that we rarely admit that it affect us. All the colors in the spectrum affect directly our emotions because they are perceived by our eyes that are directly linked to our brain which controls our nervous system and thus our emotions.
A personalized piece of jewellery. Jewellery is the number one choice of both, men and women, when it comes to anniversary gifts. But, make it personal by choosing the gemstone that corresponds to the 1st anniversary year (freshwater pearl). Have her name or both your names engraved on a heart-shaped pendant, or a bracelet.
Personalized apparel and crockery. For a newly-married couple (after one year, you still feel newly-married, right?), cute and romantic gifts continue to be charming. So, monogrammed tees, dressing gowns, coffee mugs or even personalized photo quilts and pillow cases with motifs of hearts and heartbeats make for wonderful first anniversary gifts.
Wedding Anniversary Greetings Can Be Difficult to Write When You’re Plagued by Social Writer’s Block – Have you ever heard of social writer’s block? I would be very surprised if you did because I just made that term up. But even if you’ve never heard the term, (and of course no one has – because, as I just told you – I made that name up) you have felt its effects. Social writer’s block is that feeling of intimidation you get when you’re staring face-to-face with the aforementioned Bermuda Rectangle (or would it be face-to-page?) When we are under the influence of the Bermuda Rectangle, all productive thoughts about creative wedding anniversary greetings disappear into thin air – like sailing vessels claimed by the Bermuda Triangle. Once this happens, we are doomed to stare unproductively and fruitlessly into that white space of oblivion.