Where We Met Puzzle
Piece together the place it all began with the a custom printed photo jigsaw puzzle of the where you first met your spouse of ten years. They’ll be delighted to discover the image of your special spot and the puzzle pieces fit together as well as the two of you do.
Better late than never, right? The Love Game was was scientifically designed to make two people fall in love. That might seem like a weird gift to give for a ten year wedding anniversary, but it will look like a genius move on the off chance that it actually works!
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.
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.)
Make sweet love in the morning with the Heart Shaped Waffle Maker. Drizzle maple syrup all over these curvaceous waffles, and deliver them to your love on the morning of your ten year anniversary (and the morning after).
Sleep on a visual reminder to say I love you before going to sleep with these charming pillowcases. His and hers pillow cases come together to form a cartoon message of love across the bed. A perfect ten year anniversary gift.
For when you want random people on the beach to know the day and year two complete strangers who walked past mere minutes before tied the knot, there’s these. Inexplicably leave sand impressions of your anniversary in that wet but not too wet beach sand with these fine flops.
Entice them into the shower with this luscious bar of chocolate soap. Turn your ten year anniversary bath into a fudge packed wonderland as this brown bar of soap lathers with the aroma of the finest Belgian chocolatiers. Come clean about your love for chocolate with this gift.
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.