Wedding Anniversaries 1st - 30th

2ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

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2ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

Happy 2nd anniversary. Hope you two have had wonderful years together and this 2 years journey made your heartstrings stronger than ever. Celebrate Your Second Year Together with 2nd Year Anniversary Gifts Contents TRADITIONAL, MODERN AND SYMBOLIC ANNIVERSARY GIFTS ABOUT 2ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES HOW TO CELEBRATE A 2ND ANNIVERSARY 2ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY GIFTS 2ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CARDS JEWELLERY FRESH FLOWERS NEXT ANNIVERSARIES TRADITIONAL, MODERN AND SYMBOLIC ANNIVERSARY GIFTS Below is a list of both traditional and modern gift materials, as well as classic flower and gemstone symbols, which mark a couple’s 2nd wedding anniversary in countries around the world. Traditional...

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1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

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1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

Happy first anniversary. May you continue to love and cherish each other in the fullest. Celebrate Your First Year Together with First Year Anniversary Gifts Contents TRADITIONAL, MODERN AND SYMBOLIC ANNIVERSARY GIFTS ABOUT 1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES HOW TO CELEBRATE A 1ST ANNIVERSARY 1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY GIFTS 1ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CARDS JEWELLERY FRESH FLOWERS NEXT ANNIVERSARIES TRADITIONAL, MODERN AND SYMBOLIC ANNIVERSARY GIFTS Below is a list of both traditional and modern gift materials, as well as classic flower and gemstone symbols, which mark a couple’s 1st wedding anniversary in countries around the world. Traditional Gift – UK Paper Traditional Gift –...

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Recognition

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Recognition

The historic origins of wedding anniversaries date back to the Holy Roman Empire, when husbands crowned their wives with a silver wreath on their twenty-fifth anniversary, and a gold wreath on the fiftieth. Later, principally in the twentieth century, commercialism led to the addition of more anniversaries being represented by a named gift. In the Commonwealth realms, one can receive a message from the monarch for 60th, 65th, and 70th wedding anniversaries, and any wedding anniversary after that. (Wikipedia)  In the 1920s, Emily Post, an American author, published a book titled "Etiquette". The book made a list of commemorative topics...

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