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First Wedding Anniversary There's nothing more special than a first wedding anniversary. It's the first time you can commemorate the day you exchanged vows with your spouse. Couples are encouraged to relax and reflect during an intimate evening on their first anniversary. It's a time for exclusive romance. Dim the lights, setout some candles and enjoy a wonderful dinner. If you don't feel like cooking, order take-out. Better yet, go out for a meal! Present your spouse with a thoughtful gift for your first wedding anniversary. It really doesn't matter what the gift is, it's the thought that counts. Your spouse will feel tickled that you thought of them. Some luxurious items are fine linens, perfumes, and jewelry. However, you can always make a small gift basket for your special night. Fill the basket with music, roses, a bottle of wine, and bath salts. You can place the roses on the table, drink the wine with supper, listen to romantic music, and soak together in a warm bath. It's the stuff that dreams are made of! A first anniversary gift should be simple but suggestive. It should contain a promise of many more years to come. Fabulous years, that is. Despite the fact that the traditional gift for a first anniversary is paper, contemporary couples can purchase anything they desire for one another. However, if you're stuck on tradition, a gift certificate is an excellent choice is you're befuddled for an idea. It may not seem traditional, but it's made out of paper and it can be used to purchase anything. Out of all of your anniversaries to come, the first year is definitely one of the most important. It's not exactly a milestone, but it comes with a wonderful feeling of pride. It's a statement. It's your first, with many more to follow. It sets the tone for what's in store for the future. Make sure you gift expresses all of your sentiments. Wine and dine your spouse and provide comfort and an attentive ear. Make them feel like a million dollars. Many couples don't go "crazy" over their first year. They seem to keep things simplistic in nature. Dinner, a movie, roses, and a card. However, that's not a guidelines. Be creative! Think of something your spouse really needs or wants. Have they mentioned anything lately? Start thinking weeks in advance. Don't rush out at the last minute and just pick up anything. Your partner will know if you did! When care and though are actually put into an item it shows. Pamper your spouse. It's your anniversary! Remind them that you adore and cherish them. It's not like they don't already know it, but a small gesture can go a long way. Do it with words and actions. It's very important to set aside some alone time on your anniversary. If you have children, see if you can leave them with a family member for several hours. Your family will enjoy spending time with your child, and you'll be able to enjoy some adult-time.

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