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Anniversary celebration

My parents never celebrated their anniversary. Growing up I didn’t even know when it was. My mom would say “Why would we celebrate doing what we said we were going to do?” 

I couldn’t disagree more. I say celebrate and cherish the time together!

If you haven’t set the wedding date yet, consider a date that will make for a good anniversary celebration for years to come! Getting married around the winter holidays can make it easy for family to get together and you can celebrate with a new ornament for the tree every year. 

Here are some fun ideas to make that special day even more special each year.

  • Renew your vows in the same location! Invite friends and family again or make it just the two of you this time.
  • Start a tradition – cook together, go to a special restaurant or hotel, make the tradition something you can incorporate the kids into (or not).
  • Take a picture. Recreate the same pose with your spouse every year. You’ll have an amazing series of photos over time.
  • As your family grows it may be more difficult to celebrate. But, make time together a priority –  to be grateful for another year no matter what is going on in your life.
  • Extend the celebration to family and friends. Have a big party for 5, 20, 30 or 50 years! Heck, have one at 27 years if that’s your lucky number! Hire a caterer to recreate the food from your wedding. Even dance to some of the same songs. If your wedding wasn’t exactly the perfect day, this can be your re-do!

Whatever you choose to do, just remember it is about the two of you and your partnership. Traditions can bring a couple together and something new can bring some excitement. 

And remember, the last way you want to remember your anniversary is the day Uncle Homer’s broken ankle wiped out our retirement savings, so consider your peace of mind and check out available options for liability insurance through Progressive Wedding and Event by The Event Helper.