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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

21st Anniversary Gift Ideas

We come to love not by finding a perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly. -Sam Keen
                                                                                     - Sam Keen
If you have been married this long, you probably know all about your partner’s imperfections… and your own. You also may have discovered that imperfections can define a person in ways that actually highlight their true beauty and goodness. This year, take time to remember all of the little things you love about your partner and all of the ways that you have learned to see them perfectly with the help of their imperfections. Here are a few gift ideas to get you started on your anniversary celebration…

Traditional: No traditional 21st anniversary gifts
Contemporary: Brass or Nickel
Flower: No traditional 21st anniversary flower

Brass Circle Strawberry Quartz Earrings
Jewelry is usually the gift of choice for the 21st anniversary, as nickel and brass jewelry is the first thing that comes to mind. Cufflinks and pocket watches are classic jewelry gifts for men. Many of these items can be personalized for an extra special touch. Check out the Personalized Gift Store at Arttowngifts.com to gather ideas. For the ladies, these Brass Circle Strawberry Quartz Earrings will make a stunning addition to her date night outfit. Take her out to show them off!

I wish you the perfect 21st anniversary celebration. Love can bring out the best and worst in any person, and the imperfections of your partner may, at times, bring the worst out in you. On your big day, remember your own imperfections that have been overlooked by your partner. Acceptance can work miracles in our lives, so reflect on just how great it is to be taken for what you are, bad habits, mistakes and annoying tendencies included! Thank your spouse for their acceptance and understanding. Join me next time for year 22.

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