“I didn’t know I wanted one of these things until I got one as a wedding gift. We LOVE this thing. You can transport it easily; it’s simple to set up anywhere you have two trees; and it’s super comfortable. I swear, each time I set up this hammock, it transforms my day. I joke with the friends who gifted it to us that it’s the gift that keeps on giving.” — Laura Snizek Ramirez
If he’s a master chef or just loves to host (lucky you!), a pair of unique serving boards is the perfect gift for your husband. You can pick one in the shape of his home state (or just stick to the classic USA one, if you prefer).
Real men cry. And on his wedding day, chances are the tears of joy could flow. Leave out the wad of tissues rolled up in a his pocket, and go the classy route with a handkerchief. Crying made stylish. 😀
3. For those of us who are still learning to cook The Newlywed Cookbook ($34.99). Or if you’ve got the cooking thing on lock, fancy hardcover versions of your favorite books anyone? Or maybe fancy cocktails?
Remind your favorite first mates of the day they tied the knot with, well, this knotted rope bowl. Bringing a distinctively nautical touch to any land lubber’s dining room table or kitchen counter, this unique conversation piece is nothing if not see-worthy. Available in white or chrome.
I love the ‘Open Later’ letter ideas. I actually ordered cufflinks for a holiday gift so he can plan to wear them on our wedding day. One less thing he needs to coordinate and I know he would want something special.
Several brides mention this idea: Take the wedding invitation and turn it into home decor. For example, have it framed to hang on the wall, or have an artist (maybe that’s you!) paint delicate flowers or leaves around the border, then frame it. Other options: have it printed on a throw pillow or made into a decoupage plate (try Kaas Glassworks in New York City).
9. Repair his beloved, well worn objects. I need to do this one! My husband has a green army jacket that’s 30 years old. I keep threatening to throw it away but for some reason that hideous thing ranks high on his list of things to keep. So if your hubby has something like that, this idea just might do the trick (for your sanity and his happiness).
For each year, we give you not only the themes, but also gift suggestions you can really use. We even have some cute anniversary date ideas if you need some inspiration. Since budgets and gift-giving traditions vary, we’ve suggested both inexpensive gestures and over-the-top ideas. Some of these ideas could work for more than one anniversary year, so if you need extra inspiration, read through the whole list. We hope you enjoy it, and we wish you lots of days worth celebrating, all through the year.
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Well, you’ll have all the attention, the beautiful dress and the perfect hair. Most likely, you will choose how everything will look like, as well. Give something in return – prepare a couple of cool wedding surprises for your new husband. I’m giving you my top 5.
Affordable rugs that don’t look like garbage are surprisingly difficult to find. Tantuvi’s are hand-loomed in a classic Indian style and employ minimal flourish in favor of striking colors and geometric design.
For an alternative, cool wedding gift idea, get the bride and groom a wedding guestbook that is like no other. This creative, interactive art print—perfect for bike lovers—turns their wedding guests’ fingerprints into vibrant balloons. The final product becomes a commemorative art piece the couple will hold dear for a lifetime.
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Every man needs a nice watch, and what better occasion than your wedding day to unwrap a beautiful watch from your bride-to-be? Watches can range greatly in terms of price, so you’ll have a lot of options depending on how extravagant you’d like your gift to be. Because you’ll be surprising him with an important accessory that he’ll most likely wear every day, make sure that you choose a style that you feel confident that he’ll like. Or, double check the return and exchange policy just in case so that he can choose one of his own liking.
The names of some anniversaries provide guidance for appropriate or traditional gifts for the spouses to give each other; if there is a party these can be brought by the guests or influence the theme or decoration. These gifts vary in different countries, but some years have well-established connections now common to most nations: 5th Wooden, 10th Tin, 15th Crystal, 20th China, 25th Silver, 30th Pearl, 40th Ruby, 50th Gold, 60th Diamond, and 70th Platinum. In English speaking countries the first, wooden, gift was cut on the day of celebration and then presented to the wife as a finished article before the next two quarter days had passed. The tradition may have originated in medieval Germany where, if a married couple lived to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their wedding, the wife was presented by her friends and neighbours with a silver wreath to congratulate them for the good fortune that had prolonged the lives of the couple for so many years[inconsistent]. On celebration of the 50th, the wife received a wreath of gold. Over time the number of symbols expanded and the German tradition came to assign gifts that had direct connections with each stage of married life. The symbols have changed over time. For example, in the United Kingdom, diamond was a well known symbol for the 75th anniversary, but this changed to the now more common 60th anniversary after Queen Victoria’s 60 years on the throne was widely marked as her Diamond Jubilee.
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8. Turn your husband gratitude list into a keepsake. You’ve written down all the things you love about your hubby, right? Great! Now, take that list and turn it into a beautiful gift for him. If you’re like me and haven’t been bit by the “creative bug” just Google the term: Free Printable and you’ll get plenty of DIY options.
Depending on where you’re going for your honeymoon, there could be a whole host of things that you can give as a present. Tropical beach vacation? Sunglasses, swim trunks and sandals would all be great ideas. Exotic location in Europe? Passport cover, luggage tags and travel books are all nice things that most people would like to have, but probably wouldn’t buy for themselves. Be creative when thinking about what items could be useful on your honeymoon. You can even create a basket of a bunch of little things instead of one big gift.
“We received a selection of these acrylic frames in different sizes, and they just make life easier. The clear, sleek lines make all your photos look cooler, from goofy Polaroids and vintage Kodak prints to splashy wedding pics. Since the edges are borderless, images don’t have to be sized perfectly, yet still look chic — almost like they’re floating — and strong, foolproof magnets make for easy photo switch-outs. We have them all over our apartment, and no matter how many times we overhaul our décor or furniture over the years, they always fit in.” — Rachel Rosenblit, writer, married March 2014
“When is the last time you bought yourself a big, new, supersoft towel? I like white towels because they work for any room and can be bleached. It’s a great feeling to get out of the shower and wrap yourself in one of these. We didn’t know what we were missing until we got them.” — Jamie Collins, married April 2017
If you are looking for even more anniversary ideas, check out all of our personalized anniversary gifts. You can also get a little inspiration from our gift guide that offers suggestion based on personality type.