Step by Step Process for Creating a Romantic and Memorable Wedding Anniversary


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7 Responses

  1. Nice! Got some good tips from your post. Hopefully, I’ll be prepared when I get married.

  2. Eric says:

    keep us posted!

  3. Bill says:

    Yeah me too. Except I dont think I will be able to pay out as much as you did. but it definitely generated some great ideas. Even if I only use half of you steps I think I’ll be doing more than expected.

  4. BJ says:

    So what was the total cost for the evening? Seems a lot for most people. Still good points though.

  5. Eric says:

    Hi Bill, BJ.

    Yes the evening was a bit expensive. I thought about updating the post with alternatives and so on. Maybe I still will. Well I had more money then and I was able to pull it off but if we had our fifth this year then it would have been much cheaper.

    Remember, you dont need to do too much to impress your wife. Instead of going to an all suite hotel, go to a local HoJo or something and bring a small table and chairs. One could create such an evening for under $200. Its the whole planning and setup that impresses them. Not the actual room and location.

  6. Dian says:

    Hi Eric,

    I am so enjoying reading your website. I’ve emailed your links to a couple of friends.

    If I may add another tip- if your partner’s B’day happen to fall on a holiday. Surprise her to a romantic picnic in a park. Hide the picnic hamper at the car boot+a mat to sit on, take her to a park/ lake/ you get the jizt…It worked for me and it was so memorable…

  7. Eric says:

    Hi Dian,

    thanks for the compliment. I appreciate it.

    You know I’ve always wanted to do a picnic. It something that I’ve been pushing off for years now. We even got a picnic basket as a wedding gift but we never used it.

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