Throw A Surprise Party
After years and years together, there really aren’t many surprises left, and maybe that’s a good thing. But that doesn’t mean that all surprises are bad. Show your parents how much people still like them by getting all those people to hide in a room and startle the crap out of them.
Harry and David have better taste than you. You don’t think so? Then you must have a gift basket store yourself somewhere, right? That’s what we thought. Yeah, we know, you’re good at other things and your parents are still proud of you. But leave the gift baskets to the experts.
Move over bronze bust, it’s time for the age of the bobblehead! Nothing beats a personalized gift that’s whimsical and can entertain both the young and old alike. This timeless memento is the perfect expression of fun-loving adoration for the young at heart. A cure for the rainy-day blues that will lighten the mood and remind us all that life is good.
Nothing says “I love you” better than the ultimate aged bottle of liquor! Celebrate the enormous accomplishment of surviving decades together and toast to the years of bliss that lie ahead. Who needs another pearl necklace? A tie clip? Forget about it! Set this trophy atop the mantle and revel in success.
After spending somewhere around a bajillion hours together, every couple runs out of things to talk about from time to time. With more than 2 million copies of TableTopics sold, this thing certainly has people talking. Which of us is the worst backseat driver? How much do we need in the bank to feel secure? Is it our similarities or our differences that attract us to each other?
A lot has changed since they walked down the aisle all those years ago, including how photos have become less of a keepsake now that we can so easily take them with our phones. A photobook will capture the chapters that came after the wedding album, and it’s sure to become a treasured keepsake that never runs low on batteries.
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.
Time to dust off those fanny packs and get on the road kiddos! Send your parents on an anniversary journey they’ll never forget. Put on your travel agent hat and draft a step-by-step escape that rewards them for being there all those years. Giving back never felt so good. Release your parents from the daily grind and reconnect them with the wandering spirit locked deep within.
After so many years together, there’ll be a lot of memories that they can look back over fondly. Brighten their days with this reminder of all the happy years they’ve shared together. Just don’t blame us if there are arguments over a half-stocked pantry because someone was too busy thinking about that road trip 10 years ago.