Wedding Anniversary Gift Ideas

Mine and my husbands’ 5-year wedding anniversary is coming up and I wanted to find something special for him. I started looking a few weeks ago for gift ideas and I came across this list for anniversary gifts. It includes traditional gift ideas and modern gift ideas, I love this list, it makes anniversary gift shopping so easy!

Modern and Traditional Anniversary Gifts by Year. Every anniversary is special, and each anniversary year has a special theme. Whether you're celebrating a first anniversary (paper) or 50th anniversary (gold), this list of anniversary gifts by year will help you surprise your spouse!

 

Here is a list of anniversary flowers to make the occasion a little more special!

Anniversary gifts by year in flowers - find out the meaning behind the flowers

These are a few wood gift ideas I have been considering for our 5-year anniversary.

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I love giving pictures as gifts, so this is my favorite so far!

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this "Carved In Love" Wood Photo Cube! The tree design is so beautiful - this makes a great wedding gift or Valentine's Day gift - great to have for a desk at work! Plus it's a great 5th anniversary gift idea because the traditional gift is "wood"!

Pineapple Lemonade

We will be a having a ‘Fun In The Sun’ day next week, so I have been looking for a nice refreshing drink that everyone would enjoy. Adults and kids will be joining the party so I wanted something the kids would like too. I found this Pineapple Limonade punch that would be perfect to our day. Who doesn’t like lemonade in the summer? Plus it is very simple to make!

Ingredients:
1 Cup Countrytime Lemonade Mix
3 Cups Cold water
1 Can of chilled pineapple juice ( 46 oz)
2 Cans of Sprite
Mix all ingredients and add in lemon slices ( if you wish) and ice

Under The Sea Graham Cracker

 

My boy has so much fun making these! I found this on Pinterest and thought it would be cute and fun to make. I actually had most of the supplies, so that made it so much easier. Of course, when you find things on Pinterest nothing ever looks like the picture, but we still had a blast making them. It was a great project for a rainy day and as a bonus, they were able to eat it. That was their favorite part!

This is what we had:

Our project!

Enjoying the goods!