Dating gifts by year
Otherwise, do a Google search, check out my Marriage: Date Night Ideas board on Pinterest, or just buy 175 Best Date Ideas: The Ultimate Bucket List of Dates for Couples by Alida Quittschreiber of The Realistic Mama for .99 (and not have to spend hours searching and planning! The important thing is to just find twenty-four dates that you and your significant other would like to do together for the next year and to plan them out! A Year of Dates – Month One Date Nights (Art Themed) A Year of Dates – Month Two Date Nights (Paris Themed) A Year of Dates – Month Three Date Nights A Year of Dates – Month Four Date Nights (Bookstore Challenge) A Year of Dates – Month Five Date Nights (Comedy Night In) A Year of Dates – Month Six Date Nights (You’re My Superman!
) A Year of Dates – Month Seven Date Nights A Year of Dates – Month Eight Date Nights (Bowling) A Year of Dates – Month Nine Date Nights A Year of Dates – Month Ten Date Nights (Game Night) A Year of Dates – Month Eleven Date Nights (Spin the Bottle)Dating your spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend is one of the BEST gifts you can give, because it’s like giving them the gift of your love.
If none of these ideas strike your fancy, or you aren’t seeing quite what you are looking for, check out my post with 72 unique at home date night ideas!
You may also like these special perfect anniversary date ideas too!
Personally, I like going on dates that are more than dinner and a movie.
While I love movies and especially eating out, I don’t think they promote as much of a bonding experience or memory as doing something new and different! So, I suggest designating at least a few of your date nights (whether at home or out) to trying something new to both of you.
Below you’ll find some great date night idea suggestions.The tradition of giving gifts for a wedding anniversary extends back to medieval times.It is known that during the time of the Holy Roman Empire, a man would crown his wife with a silver wreath on the 25th anniversary, and a gold wreath on the 50th anniversary, however, there was little else documented in terms of themes for gift giving on other anniversaries.To overcome the common problem people faced as to what to give one’s spouse each year, an American author by the name of Emily Post, who wrote on the topic of etiquette, was the first to recommend a list of anniversary gift themes which was published in 1922 in her book titled 'Etiquette’.In that book, she listed suggestions for the first anniversary, followed by the fifth anniversary, and then every five years or so up until the 25th, and concluded with the 50th wedding anniversary.