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Best Wedding Anniversary Tips

October 18, 2007

Having our 11th wedding anniversary. I’m thinking of doing something special.

When I proposed I road in a knights full armour, galloping across a field to get to my princess, then kneeling at her feet. But I don’t think I can beat that today. Thought it would be fun to see what you thought:

WHAT IS YOUR BEST ANNIVERSARY TIP?

Louis

13 Comments leave one →
  1. January 24, 2011 16:17

    ,.- I am really thankful to this topic because it really gives up to date information .;-

  2. April 5, 2008 14:31

    HEJ LOUIS WHEN YOU SHALL CELEBRATE YOUR 12TH WEDDING DAY THE 18 OCTOBER. YOU CAN TAKE YOUR BEAUTIFUL WIFE OUT AND GO ON A RESTURANT OR YOU CAN MAKE A DINNER ONLY FOR YOU 2 WITH CANDEL LIGHT ON THE TABEL, AND THE YOU TELL HER HOW MUCH YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN LOVE HER. I AND MY BOYFRIEND HAVE BEEN TOGETHER FOR 6 YEARS THE 19 NOVEMBER 2008 AND THE 24 DECEMBER WE HAVE BEEN ENGAGEMENT IN 6 YEARS. I HAVE BIRTHSDAY THE 17 MAJ 1970 TAKE CARE LOUIS LOVE FROM A BIG HERREY FAN LENE MARIE HØGH

  3. December 14, 2007 20:51

    The traditional item for the eleventh anniversary is ‘steel’.
    Take a weekend together, go on a little trip if you can afford it. If you have kids send them to grandmas and take some time for yourselves. I would save outdoing your proposal for your silver anniversary (25th). Besides that gives you 14 more years to plan it out😉

  4. December 1, 2007 01:42

    Thanks Jan, that’s a nice idea. I did something similar on her 30th birthday. I surprised her with a song especially dedicated for her. It was a hit – I mean how she reacted🙂

    And I agree with you, music is not corny if done the right way. The girls always fall for it🙂

    Thanks again! Louis

  5. Jan Burnett-McKeown permalink
    November 30, 2007 19:26

    Hello Louis,

    I’m not exactly sure when your anniversary is/was (I’ve only just discovered your website – its address was passed on to me by a friend), but if I’m too late for this year, then here’s a suggestion for next year.

    Being the musician that you are, have you thought about serenading your wife with a song you have written especially for her – telling her how much she means to you? I know this may sound a little “corny”, but if it’s done well it can create quite a lasting impression. I have a brother who is something of a musician, and on his wedding day (at the reception), he sang to his bride a song that he had written especially for her. By the song’s end, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!

    Regards,

    Jan B.

  6. October 26, 2007 11:17

    Thanks for your wonderful ideas! They are all great ways to keep that flame burning. I’ve made notes…
    Take care! Louis

  7. October 22, 2007 22:59

    All great ideas. Here’s something I’ve been thinking about on and off ever since I attended a wedding Saturday afternoon.

    At the reception, things were pretty “normal and average.” There was good food and music and lots of laughter. Then the groom proposed a champagne toast (this was a non-LDS wedding) to his parents, then to the couple who had introduced him to his bride, and then to his new bride. It was a tear-jerker of a toast. Then he signaled the person who was in charge of all the beautiful music, and suddenly the rooms were all filled with this melody that was meaningful only to the couple. Then he asked if he could have the first dance with Mrs. So and So, and they began dancing to the spellbound attention of all who watched. I thought, “That guy really knows how to treat a gal.”

    Just find out what SHE likes and go from there. Some men buy expensive jewelry or book a cruise, but is that what SHE wants???

  8. Princess E permalink
    October 19, 2007 12:25

    Sprinkle crown leaves of her favorite flower, from the entrance of your house and all the way, to her favorite sitting place in the sofa/chair… And there you have a whole bouquet of the flowers for her in a vase… Tie a string, with a note saying: “follow the string…”, to the vase… And then she will walk right into your arms, at your hidingplace… Give her a big warm hug and tell her how important she is to you and that she is still your princess…

  9. Jeannette permalink
    October 19, 2007 11:54

    Hi Louis!

    You should invite your wife to Copenhagen and visit Christmas in Tivoli! It is so romantic!! With all the lights in the trees:-)

  10. October 18, 2007 18:27

    How about expressing your love to her everyday through a specially made KindNotes?

  11. Mia permalink
    October 18, 2007 15:07

    of course thats for you too…🙂 and have a good time!!!

  12. October 18, 2007 15:02

    Thanks… is the spa for me too?

  13. Mia permalink
    October 18, 2007 14:29

    Hi Louis!!!
    well, you should give her a spa week and some red roses…..

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