50th wedding anniversary gift. The pot is plastic and them I just cut out the matte gold outdoor vinyl to adhere to the pot.
Chocolate coins with personal pictures. Pictures printed on regular label paper. Such a neat idea for wedding tables or Silver, Golden Anniversaries
photos hanging from balloons to create a chandelier over a party table
Saw this and loved it what a great idea! Send a postage paid postcard in an envelope with a letter asking everyone to write down their best memory with the person you want these mailed to. Then on their special occasion they get all these memories in the mail from friends and family galore. What a special gift to give that truly would be Priceless!
BRILLIANT Pinner:"My dad recently turned seventy and I wanted to do something special for him. I printed postcards on cardstock. I gathered addresses for seventy of the important people in my dad's life: family members, old classmates, dear friends and all his grandchildren. Included in the envelope was a card explaining that it was dad's birthday, and that they needed to send the postcard back sharing their funniest memory of him. To make things easy, I pre-addressed and pre-stamped the pos...
Inexpensively, make an event or gift unique by creating personalized dinnerware. Add a meaningful story, poem, wedding proposal, whatever, to a set of plates with a few easy steps.
B&W; pictures, cubes and big clear vases- love.
glue? double stick tape? glitter to clear bottles
Great Anniversary Treat: Kathy raves about Image3d, a family-owned company in Oregon. She was thrilled that it took just 7 pictures to build a reel. See Debbi and Steve have three teenage sons. We can all imagine the dubious results of asking teen boys to find some old snapshots, scan and e-mail them to their aunt, and, oh, do all this without Mom or Dad’s help or knowledge. Kathy added all the text she wanted while also choosing the font and color. She chose the color of the viewmasters and had the face imprinted to mark the occasion. They arrived a few short days later all beautifully packaged in individual white gift boxes. All Kathy had to do then was add a bright festive ribbon around each box.
For my parents' 50th wedding anniversary idea: what if I could get everyone from my parents' past to contribute a memory they had of them together? What if I had all those people send their memories to me, and then I put each one into an envelope---fifty total, of course---and had them open them, one by one, on their special anniversary?