Getting Engaged" data-blog-content="false" data-content-tags="["e3ff7bbd-251d-473b-9e26-967d9e0f3a6a", "de0df316-39fa-4a86-9df2-c69e9afeb738"]" data-singular-terms="["Wedding Etiquette","Getting Engaged"]" data-content-hub-id data-content-strategy-type="editorial" data-content-series Dating is important—not just for getting to know a love interest, but for sharing experiences throughout a relationship.In the beginning, a good date idea sets the scene to break the ice and help you make a connection with someone.Good first date ideas are ones that facilitate upbeat conversation, so it's probably not a good idea to choose a loud bar or dark movie theater.
Now, he’s looking forward to our 50th for another trophy. I cross stitched a wedding sampler for our 25th anniversary for my husband. The Happy Wives Club community has grown to include more than 1 million women in over 110 countries around the world.
For our first anniversary (which is traditionally the paper anniversary), I took sand from Lake Michigan (where my husband was born) and put it in an old bottle with a stopper top.
He loved it and it still sits on his dresser by the bed! My husband took the batteries out of a wall clock, set it to the time we got married, and wrote a poem around the outside of it. I bought a jar and filled it with his favorite candy and wrapped each candy with a piece of paper that had a reason why I love him. On our first year anniversary, my husband gave me a photo album he had worked on the entire year to commemorate our first year together. One year we decided to get creative and set a limit and whatever we did it had to fit in a noodle box. Husband made me a dozen roses out of my favorite candy (stuffed Twizzlers). Wrote out the words of all the little ways he shows me love everyday and framed it… Treat your spouse to a 30-minute massage, followed by an enzyme facial (don’t attempt to do extractions…enzyme facial mask will do the trick and can be purchased anywhere for less than ), manicure and pedicure.
"Whether it's the movie you saw, the food you ate, or the place you visited, it's important to have an enjoyable experience and continue to get to know each other," says Dr.
Jane Greer, New York–based marriage and family therapist and author of Deeper into a relationship, regular reconnections can help keep your bond solid.