posted by admin on Feb 29
Choosing a celebratory anniversary gift for your wife can be challenging. It doesn’t matter if it’s your first or twentieth anniversary, selecting the perfect gift that will make your wife smile and give you brownie points, requires careful consideration.
Handmade jewellery is a great option, as each piece is lovingly handcrafted by the designers, many of the pieces can’t be found on the high street, and no two pieces are the same, making each piece of jewellery that little bit extra special.
If you are looking for a truly romantic gift, why not go for pearls. Pearls are loved by women of all ages and over recent years have become very trendy jewellery accessories. Pearls are classic pieces that can be worn time and time again.
Spa gift vouchers make great wedding anniversary presents. What woman doesn’t love being pampered and relaxation? Majority of spa’s offer a range of treatments from facials, massages to pedicures.
They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but flowers have to be a close second. There is nothing nicer than receiving a beautiful bunch of flowers from your partner, roses and bright coloured flowers look fantastic.
Don’t’ forget scrumptious handmade chocolates or pampering bath and body gift sets. Another romantic gesture is a champagne picnic, bottle of champagne or sparkling wine with a selection of her favourite treats and nibbles – easy! The sun doesn’t have to be shining it is just as romantic by candle light.
Word of advice, gifts to avoid would include: exercise equipment, cooking utensils, ironing boards: even if an interest has been expressed in gym equipment or the latest coffee machine just don’t go there!! Why not opt for a small wedding anniversary gift then go with your wife to buy the equipment the following week it is a much safer bet. Women always think practical but deep down we love.
Biggest tip of all would be to remember your wedding anniversary date even a card is a lovely touch and if you feel like going the extra mile, make your wife a cup of tea. See small gestures are just as romantic as big.