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Celebrate the days, weeks, and months of your first year with 4 different gifts- each correlating with a significant number.
For example, 1 pair of shoes for 1 year running strong. 52 favorite memories from 52 special weeks together. The options really are endless though with the presents you can choose! Why not gift your sweetheart a whole YEAR of love letters?
For each year you’ll find the traditional gift associated with that year, along with our creative ideas based off the number to make your anniversary as memorable as possible!
We’ve listed each year below chronologically and you can click on each of these links to be taken straight to the content: anniversary gift ideas that you can prepare for your spouse, PLUS bonus links to over a dozen ideas to make your anniversary extra special.
'They are a very wealthy family, and certainly the amount of money we paid them was nowhere near what people would normally think we might do.
After all, celebrating the big milestones in your marriage, like anniversaries, is what helps keep the love alive!
Who wouldn’t LOVE receiving a heart-felt love letter every month of the year?
Another year of being happily married is always a great achievement worth celebrating.
Mrs Harkess and her 64- year-old husband, James, a former deputy circuit judge, denounced the blackmail allegation as 'an absolute lie'.
Her daughter accused Mr Clark of betraying her family's trust by indecently exposing himself to her and Alison when they were 13 and 15.
I wish that they would take the money Max Clifford (their publicist) is raising for them and push off.' Valerie and Josephine Harkess denied they were in Britain to cash in on the row.
Although they stand to make an estimated pounds 150,000 from television and newspaper interviews arranged by Mr Clifford, they claim they are primarily motivated by their desire to 'put the record straight' following references to them in Mr Clark's diaries, published last year.
He then admitted with characteristic understatement: 'I probably have a different sense of morality to most people.' Not everyone thought Mr Clark should be punished.