I can't remember the exact year, but I do remember the place.
Create your own "masterpiece" together of a favorite memory while playing romantic music. After an out-of-the-ordinary meal, talk about the hopes and dreams that you have for your life together.
Then repeat your wedding vows out loud to one another and ask God to bless your marriage. About a month before your anniversary, send your spouse on a scavenger hunt.
Include some pictures of the two of you along with memorabilia from the past year. Husbands, take your wife to the exact location where you proposed.
When you get there, tell her that you would marry her all over again and give her some flowers or a piece of jewelry. Make plans to join your spouse doing one of their favorite hobbies or activities (hiking, visiting museums, fishing, shopping, etc.).
End the day with a romantic dinner at home, along with a prayer asking God to help you truly love your spouse (Galatians -23, 1 Corinthians 13). While dining at a romantic restaurant for your anniversary, slip your spouse a handwritten love note.
(Husbands, make arrangements for a bud vase with a red rose to be at your table.) 5. If so, many art studios have classes designed for couples.
(Be sure to also make arrangements for any needed child care.) 8.
Think of your spouse's favorite place to relax in your home—is it on your deck, back porch, in the den? Sing your love song for your spouse as you drive to a romantic anniversary dinner. Go on a romantic picnic in a convertible that you rent for the day.
Carve out time on your anniversary every year to look at the contents of your keepsake box and reminisce about the good times in your marriage. Purchase one of your favorite take-out meals and enjoy it at home together by candlelight. taking a weekend trip to see your spouse's parents, etc. Order matching custom photo coffee mugs with a picture of you and your spouse that represents a special memory. About a week before your anniversary, begin to remind your spouse of your love.