You can include photos, programs, ticket stubs, dried flowers, and anything else that memorializes a special day or event in your relationship.
To do this right you have to plan ahead and save up all those little souvenirs.
If you are really brave send the letter in the mail.
The letter can be written on notebook page or high grade stationary it really doesn’t matter it is the words you put on the paper that will win your partners heart.
It is probably also one of the most romantic anniversaries.
After only one year the honeymoon is not over yet and romantic feelings for each other are still strong.
If you are looking for scrapbook materials try or visit a Michaels store in your area.
The front page of a newspaper from the town and date when you were married or where you first met is a simple but great gift to commemorate that very special date.
An invitation especially if you make it yourself, to dinner and a concert, play or tickets to a favorite sports team game is an all paper gift with a personal touch and shows you thought of all the details.
In 1957, Emily Post expanded her anniversary gift category list to include yearly gift categories for every anniversary from the first anniversary to the fifteenth anniversary and gifts for every fifth anniversary celebrated after the fifteenth anniversary.
Being a very practical person Post’s anniversary gift categories were such that you could find inexpensive gifts that fit the early year’s category types and practical gifts that fit many of the later year’s categories. Many couples try to go a bit off script to find themed gifts associated with a great experience they shared.
A personalized love poem or note is a great paper gift, especially if it is printed and framed.
The website Poetry offers a great printing and framing service.