Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Gift Ideas.

The fiftieth marriage anniversary is a crucial, yet rarely reached milestone in any couple's relationship.

Historically , this is the 'golden marriage', and if you're into flowers, the violet is the key theme. Remember that it's not the value of the present that is critical, it's the thought that went into it.

So what to give? Dependent on budget, what about one of the following:-. Here's a great resource all about cover chair. You may also do a version yourself by scanning a photograph into your P.C and then using the 'Art' filters in your paint package to make it into an artistic work.

* If you have more than one photograph, you might make a scrapbook of them for your family, wrapped up in silk ribbon.

* If cash is no object, what about a weekend break? You can get some nice 'getaway' cruises of city breaks quite inexpensively today.

A fiftieth anniversary present celebrates a major point most married men and women would like to reach. What are you able to probably give a pair after fifty years of marriage? The most suggestive wedding anniversary present is one that comes from within : to express your love and appreciation towards all that they mean to you, how their staying married thru the thick and thin of life has had an influence on you, to inform about the warm and loving memories you shared with them across the years.

The fiftieth anniversary is celebrated by gold and the flower is violet. A present actually does not have to be gold, wrap a present in gold paper or paper adorned with violets.

Fiftieth anniversary present concepts for the couple.

Souvenir personalised anniversary gifts, like a photograph duvet or pillow.

Have a painting or caricature made out of their marriage photograph.

As they potentially don't cook for themselves as much, present certificates to cafes would be admired.

A gift of theater or concert subscription tickets.

Ask buddies and relatives to scribble a paragraph or 2 to share a memory with their mom and pop. Or ask for a photograph with the couple the kids do not have and write a caption about it.

What past-times do they enjoy? Give them present certificates for a shopping spree at their favourite craft or pastime store.

Do they volunteer or have a fave charity? Contribute to their favourite organization.

* have they got major hobbies? Bird spotting? How about some new light binoculars? Golf? What about some new clubs or a collection of top of the range balls?

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