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Monday, June 24, 2013

41st Wedding Anniversary Ideas

Wedding anniversaries and gifts represent a yearly opportunity for couples to review and renew their marriage commitments.

Most married couples and sometimes family and friends set aside time on their special day to commemorate their wedding anniversaries. Marking 41 years of marriage with a gift is the perfect way for the graying bride and groom to celebrate their continued honored relationship. There are different types of wedding anniversary gifts classified by the length of the marriage. While there is no rule that says we have to stick with this convention when it comes to wedding anniversary gifts, adhering to the rules and finding an ideal gift that truly expresses your emotion can be a lot of fun and give you a chance to exercise your creativity.

Give A Gift of Land for A 41st Wedding Anniversary

The traditional gift for a 41st anniversary is land. While that may initially appear imposing you really don't need to think about a new home or acreage as an anniversary gift. Sparkling Sands Framed Print Natural gifts such as ceramics made from clay, a potted fig tree, a spiral bamboo plant, or flowering bonsai tree are simple yet interesting ideas for 41st wedding anniversary. Another great yet affordable idea would be to give your lover a bottle of sand from your favorite beach. Or if there is no time for a trip to the beach on the horizon consider ordering a personalized Sparkling Sands Framed Print. You can add a romantic message that will appear to be written in the sand.

Creative 41st Wedding Anniversary Gifts

If your wife likes gardening, you can buy her gardening gloves and hand tools so she can plant flower seeds in the front or backyard of your home. There are lots of garden gift baskets on the market including our site and others. Why not send a Love Garden Kit which comes in a in decorative container filled with easy-grow seeds, nutrients and soil. Just add water and grow it all in the container it came in. If you groom of 41 years fancies himself a gentleman farmer why not give him a small riding tractor or on smaller scale a high end shovel?

Plan A Romantic Getaway to Enjoy the Land and Each Other

Love Garden in a Bag Garden Kit Another great idea for your 41st anniversary gift is to enjoy a vacation or romantic get away together. You can ride through the rural agricultural parts of your state to view wildflowers and then choose a bouquet of colorful flowers for your wife. After a nice romantic dinner together, top off the evening by spending the night together at a charming bed and breakfast.  If time is short pack your car for a single day journey with a picnic basket full of all of your favorite treats for a brief road trip and picnic to enjoy your 41st wedding anniversary.

41st Anniversary Gift Ideas for the Outdoorsy Couple and the Future

As you celebrate this wedding anniversary retirement is most likely nearing so now is the time to start planning for spending more time together. Why not plan a quick weekend tenting trip at a campground or your favorite park? Or take advantage of this occasion as an opportunity to use your creativity to plan a marvelous outdoor experience that both parties are sure to enjoy. Finding an idyllic spot that has an amazing view is always great. The top of a rolling hilltop, a tree canopied area or natural lake are all viable choices. Give each other a tent and sleeping bags. Then bring outdoor cooking tools so you'll be able to prepare a special anniversary breakfast. Why not take turns cooking for each other? Celebrating a 41st wedding anniversary together is a memorable occasion for a loving couple. As you have concluded by now the real gift is the time and love that you have shared together through the years.
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