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 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.
The site is updated on a twice a week basis and each week there are several newer designs added to the site. The service consists of choosing and buying a wedding anniversary card and sending them via email to your guests.
What Makes Printable Anniversary Cards so Unique? This style of card really isn’t such a novel idea. It’s really a return to days past. If you think back to your childhood, you may begin to realize that you actually invented the very first generation of printable anniversary cards. You did it when you pulled out that piece of yellow construction paper and drew some flowers on it and then wrote a little verse: Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet, and so are you guys. Then you gave it to your mom and dad for their anniversary – and they hung it right up there on the refrigerator – not on the side of the refrigerator – right there on the front door – in a place of honor – right there between her root canal appointment date and that picture of Aunt Ethel holding a shotgun and a dead squirrel.
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.