Make Digital Copies Of Old Wedding Photos
Your parents grew up in a bizarre world where things had not yet been encoded into zeros and ones, so in a sense they didn’t really exist at all. Make their memories real by turning them into something a computer can understand.
After a long and happy marriage, bar the arguments over leaving the toilet seat up, it’s important they stay healthy so they can enjoy many more years together. These edible arrangements are a great alternative to flowers and look good enough to eat. Scrap that, they are good enough to eat, literally.
Cupid just called … He’s in the waffle business now! Your parents will be indulging on these breakfast-anytime treats to their heart’s content. Slather on the butter, douse them with syrup, and don’t forget the berries. Whipped cream is optional, of course, but don’t forget to kiss the cook!
Celebrate your parents ever-growing and evolving love with these heart shaped live plants hat can live an astonishing 100 years. This strange plant is native to Japan and every now and then (about 1 in 1000) they naturally grow in this shape. It’s a one-of-a-kind d anniversary gift and if the legends are true, they will also bring your parents good luck and prosperity.
If you’re considering going with gift as common as flowers, you might consider stepping it up a few dozen notches by dipping them in 24k gold. Just gather up all your extra gold, melt it in your crucible, and toss in your plants. Or just buy this Eternity Rose instead. Actually, it’s probably electro-plated not really dipped in molten metal, but you get the point.
The refrigerator provides an ideal canvas for artistic, decorative, and sentimental displays of all kinds. Yet most people just have an old grocery list or a bunch of alphabet magnets strewn across its surface haphazardly. Wouldn’t it be nicer if they could look at the front of the refrigerator and see the smiling faces of their most beloved family members gazing back at them? Make it happen with a fridge collage magnet.
Giving the gift of roses on an anniversary is pretty traditional, but since roses just wilt and die shortly after they’re received, they’re really not a good symbol for ever-lasting and growing love. These beautifully preserved roses will never wilt and require no care or water.
Some things get better with age and some would argue that relationships are one of them. One thing that definitely gets better though, is a fine whiskey. What better way to marry up two things that get better with time than with a personalized whiskey barrel? It’s a gift that they’ll no doubt appreciate if they need a stiff drink at the thought of all those years behind them…or all those years ahead!
When the dust bunnies have started to form into felt snowballs, the stovetop still has remnants of last year’s Bolognese sauce and that stubborn ring just won’t budge from the toilet bowl, it’s time to call in the big guns. Gift your parents with the citrus scents of clean and let the housekeeping professionals restore shine and hygiene to the Mom and Dad cave.