Chocolate Covered Strawberries
These sensuously sweet morsels are a perfect way to start dessert on your ten year anniversary celebration. Huge, glistening strawberries are dipped in smooth, wet chocolate that hardens to envelope their sumptuousness. (If you catch our drift.)
Tell them how much they mean to you in the most tedious way possible with a Personal Love Message Puzzle. Packaged in a personalized box, this puzzle will reveal the message of your choice when all the pieces are finally put in place.
This is a lima bean that, when it pushes out from the dirt in which it was planted, says “I love you.” on the beansprout. It’s cute, but pretty tiny. So we were thinking that if you got ten of these it might be more impressive. It’ll be like starting a garden.
A fitting gift for your tenth anniversary teddy bear. This Giant Gummy Bear weighs five pounds, but looks exactly like its miniature and far more common cousins. We’re pretty sure you’ll gain more than five pounds if you eat the whole thing, somehow.
One of the coolest - and most unsettling - things about memory is the way that there are incidents that some people remember clearly while other people who were there don’t remember at all. The Rememory Game lets couples revisit all those old memories and discover what they have forgotten, too.
Ten years in is a perfect time to start getting serious about your art collection. At this point you know each other’s tastes, and have a good idea of art you can both agree on. So take down those posters and prints and get some real, original works of art you can treasure for decades to come.
There’s no shame in not always having something new to talk about when you’ve been married for ten years. You basically share a brain at this point. This box of provocative questions can help you get out of the rut, and start talking about the big stuff again.
We might live in a digital age, with more photos of ourselves at our disposal than ever, but most of them suck, let’s be honest. And who really wants to browse them all on phone or computer? Why not curate only the best ones and have them printed and bound in book form?
Sure, this is a great idea. We love hot air balloons. It’s just that balloon-hits-power-line type accidents always seem to happen to people doing stuff like celebrating their tenth anniversary, you know? We’re sure you’ll be fine. But maybe do this on a just a random day, ok?