Anniversary ideas are something I look for often, and milestones are a great time to celebrate the one you. Really, any Anniversary milestone is a huge accomplishment and should be celebrated as such. Whether your first or your 50th, I truly believe in taking the time to celebrate your love.
My own anniversary was just a couple of days ago and so I’ve been searching for anniversary ideas a lot lately. I’ve found ideas ranging from big parties (because why not?), and for little gifts, and I love them all. That’s why, regardless of whether you want to throw a party or find a simple card, you will find some both ideas below.
Anniversary Ideas for Milestones
Today I’m sharing anniversary milestone cards and invites for all the “big” anniversaries. However, like I said, all anniversaries are big so check our shop for designs that work for every year.
The first year is paper, which is the perfect reason why you should not forget the card when getting a gift. However, if you want to throw a little get-together, this invite is for you.
Year two is cotton, and I’m sure they don’t actually mean cotton candy, but that doesn’t mean we can’t play with the wording anyway. This next card is perfect for celebrating two years together.
Next up is the third anniversary which is leather. That’s why, I’ve made this card to look like leather. I kind of love it.
Fourth: Fruit, Flowers, Linen, Silk
There seems to be a bit of a “hodgepodge” of ideas when it comes to the fourth anniversary. I’ve seen everything from fruit, flowers, linen, and silk. I took the flower route with the card below.
Now we’ve gotten to the fifth anniversary which seems to me is when some people tend to throw a party or two. This invite with the wooden background was designed just for that.
After the fifth anniversary, we skip ahead to ten years. I love that for ten years, it’s “tin”. I just think that’s so appropriate and I’ve made this invite below to celebrate “ten whole years”.
We’re skipping ahead again, next up is 25. That’s a big one and definitely something I see celebrated with a party. 25 is the silver anniversary.
The next anniversary I’m sharing is the 30th which is pearl. I adore pearls so I think I’ll celebrate this one big when we hit it.
Another big one to celebrate is the 40th. For 40 years, it’s ruby which is gorgeous and works well as a background to this invite.
The 50th anniversary is gold but I deviated from that for this invite. I chose a photo for this one instead just to mix it up.
Finally, we’ve reached 60 years. If you’ve made it that far in marriage, then you definitely deserve a party. Break out the champagne for the diamond anniversary.
Do you have anniversary ideas that you’ve used int he past that aren’t above? How do you celebrate your anniversary? Let me know in the comments, I’m always looking for ideas.