Fill-in Love Letter
Work your way through the alphabet describing your love and admiration with 26 prompts, one for each letter. If you’re looking for a way to express your feelings in a heartfelt, personalized gift but need a little push in the right direction, this book is a godsend. The prompts may be prewritten, but this book is sure to be filled with your own personality by the time you complete it.
Here’s the grown up version of the coupons you used to give your mother for her birthday when you were a kid without any money, except these are professionally printed and bound into a book! Also, some of the coupons might be a little naughty.
Bigger is not necessarily better and one exquisite bloom proves, hands down, that less really is more. What better way to express your eternal adoration for the love of your life than with this delicate, yet fiery rose, gently tucked into its own little keepsake box. A tender and poetic gesture of unwavering loyalty, this unforgettable present could start a whole new love story.
Is our destiny really written in the stars? Get a custom recreation of the sky on the night you met or got married printed and framed. You supply the date and location, and let math and the laws of physics do the rest.
Ten years of marriage is something to be proud of every single morning. It is not always easy to stay together, but we think it is worth it. Commemorate the accomplishment with a mug that makes clear exactly how long of a slog it has been.
You should probably know them quite well by now, but if they’re a little indecisive about what they want (or if you should have been paying a little more attention) a shopping spree is an excellent way to make sure that they get a gift that they love almost as much as they love you. And if the idea of shopping doesn’t thrill you, at least you’ll know their favorite shops for next year, even if the knowledge comes with a credit card bill.
The reason that Han Solo’s, “I know,” in response to that declaration of her love from Princess Leia right before he gets frozen in carbonite is such a great line is not because Han Solo is selfish; it’s because he’s comforting her, letting her know that he knows how she feels. Now In cufflinks.
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.
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?