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Happy Anniversary to me

Posted by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 2:01 AM
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6 years today! I'm so excited. I LOVE MY HUBBY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




Susannah ~ Happily Married Air Force Wife of Adam, Stay At Home Mommy to Corbin Alexander, Calvin Asher, Christopher Achilles & someday a beautiful baby girl Juliette Kirsten Love through adoption.


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blondekosmic15
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2010 at 2:10 AM

 Happy 6th smile mini

6th Wedding Anniversary

          wedding   bunch of roses     chocolate

The traditional materials for your sixth anniversary are candy and iron. If you are looking for an elegant idea that incorporates the candy theme while also handily including wood (an alternate material for year six), then these gourmet chocolates in wooden boxes with personalized engraved messages would be a perfect idea (left picture).

Another idea that combines both primary traditional materials is to arrange a gourmet assortment of your husband's or wife's favorite candies in a decorative iron bowl (or one that looks like it could be iron), perhaps with a red rose and love note sticking out the top. Have it on the kitchen table or counter in the morning so that it welcomes in the day ahead. A neat idea for this is to personalize a love message using M&M candies (see picture in left column).

A similar idea would be to use ribbons to tie decorative candies to the iron statuette to the left 'Friends Forever'. Or for 'Butterfly Garden' lower down in the column, use green ribbon to tie one kind of candy to the leaves and pink or another flower color ribbon to tie a different kind of candy to the flower petals, and then place a luxury chocolate candy sitting on the candle holder. The same thing could be done for any of the iron gifts on this page.

The iron anniversary is a good opportunity to acquire items for the home like a cast iron pan, trivet, plant stand, iron sculpture, decorative mirror, serving bowl, or other home decor. If either of you play golf, perhaps an iron golf club or sports store gift certificate would be a welcome gift. Men might also like other sports equipment - think "pumping iron". There are also some fun iron sculpture ideas for guys in the left column.

For women, a unique reminder of your 6th anniversary would be to pair an elegant iron sculpture with a red rose and love note. Also consider artisan iron jewelry or regular jewelry using materials that look similar in coloring to iron, such as black tahitian pearls, tungsten, and silver metals.

Alternatively, there is a very wide range of wood themed gifts so check out our fifth anniversary page for ideas.

http://www.happy-anniversary.com/year-of-marriage/year-six.html

angel girl in white with flute

glitterteaz
by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 3:17 AM

 Keep up the good work!!!in love Happy Anniversary!!!

vallchick
by on Mar. 6, 2010 at 3:25 AM




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