September 05, 2016 12:00 AM | by The Fustany Team
10 Romantic Ways to Spend Your First Wedding Anniversary
Is your first wedding anniversary approaching, and you don't know how to spend it? Wedding anniversaries are such a great opportunity to break the routine, and truly reignite the flames of your love! Whether you're a hopeless romantic or not, you'll love these 10 romantic ways to spend your first wedding anniversary.
We know that marking down your first year of marriage is a milestone that's worthy of a romantic celebration. After a year full of love, fun, hard work and married couple issues, you'll want to always remember it in a special (non-cliche) way, so take a look at these 10 romantic ways to spend your first wedding anniversary.
1. Take a walk down memory lane.
There's no better time than your first wedding anniversary to take a walk down memory lane! What do we mean here? Bring our your wedding day photo albums, wedding day video, and remember each moment that happened on that very special day. You'll get warm feelings, along with some wide smiles on your faces.
2. Have a (deluxe!) breakfast in bed.
Want to treat your better half on your first wedding anniversary? Your partner will absolutely love having a luxurious breakfast in bed. Try waffles or pancakes, along with a refreshing juice, a sweet treat like brownies, and then top that off with a sexy treat. Like what? Some action in bed after devouring the delicious breakfast!
3. Return to your wedding night suite.
We're back to reminiscing here, and we recommend you to go back to your wedding suite; the place where you spent your first night as husband and wife. This would also be a perfect spot to up your sex game and spend some time making love.
4. Go for a little getaway.
One of the most romantic ways to spend your first wedding anniversary is to go for a little getaway. Make the experience more thrilling by shutting off your phones and just enjoy each other's company for that short period. Spend quality time together, and just forget about your everyday busy life.
5. Recreate your first date!
Just go back to where it all started! How did you meet your partner, and when was the first time you went out on a date? Recreate that, as there's nothing more romantic than remembering how your hearts starting bonding and your minds started clicking. Swoon!
6. Try out something together, for the first time.
Book a dancing class, go on hot air balloon ride, attend a cooking class, etc. These are just a few ideas of activities you can do together for the first time. Down the line after many years pass on, you'll always remember that first time you did that thing together!
7. Plan for a special photo-shoot session.
To commemorate your first wedding anniversary in a romantic way, plan for a special photo-session. When you're done, you can frame the photos in your home, and that will be such a sweet memory. Try to pick a location that's meaningful for you, like where he proposed or where you first met each other.
8. Prepare customized anniversary gifts.
There's something so special about customized gifts. Right? Instead of buying him the latest tech gadget, go for a more thoughtful gift. Write each other poems, draw self portraits or make a scrapbook with your favorite memories from your first year of marriage.
9. Have a romantic picnic date.
Picnic dates are such a romantic idea to spend your first wedding anniversary. Being outdoors, watching the stars and feeling the breeze will just create the perfect romantic mood. Prepare some mess-free food, and get ready to enjoy the nature with your significant other. Tip: Make sure to pick a picnic-friendly spot, and go just before the sunset.
10. Create an indoors spa.
Spas have this very romantic appeal. Why not create your very own indoors spa at home? Set the mood with scented candles, prepare some essential oils for massaging and fill up that tub with hot water. You'll both enjoy this romantic and exhilarating experience!
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