Anniversary dating gifts for 1st year

15 Oct

Just answer a few questions to find the perfect way to celebrate your special someone! Whether you are looking for something cultural, a getaway or an easy night-in, we have a few options for you.

We also added gift suggestions and pro tips to make your evening one to remember.

Maybe a bottle of their favorite champagne or a blooming bouquet of If you are looking to keep the post-anniversary bliss going, try our 30 day relationship challenge!

All of the challenges are simple things you can do that are backed by science to keep the spark alive.

Along these lines, be sure to consult our I'm Sorry Table if you forgot your anniversary or were late in remembering it.

For the 1st anniversary, the main tradition is paper.Our gift experts researched the topic and came up with the table below to help couples find the perfect gift and to recommend ways to celebrate a dating anniversary.In addition to the dating anniversary table, the guys should be sure to check out our What Not to Buy Your Girlfriend guide to improve their chances of eventually making it to the traditional wedding anniversary table someday.You can only celebrate this achievement once, so check out our gift ideas for options that go way beyond the ordinary traditions.Even though this leather passport holder isn't made out of paper, boarding passes definitely are!If you surprise her with a local weekend getaway (no passport required), you can still stuff this gift with a printed travel itinerary or plane tickets.When you do travel internationally together, her passport will never look so glam.Handbag, dresser valet, perfume, cologne, or a fragrance gift set that suits their taste is also a good choice (Tip for the men: avoid experimenting when giving fragrances, stick to what she likes).Experience gift, amusement park tickets, or something fun to go do.On the sentimental side, a framed collage of memorabilia from 1st date, make a scrapbook of your first year together, or turn a photo of you together into art. This year most likely flew by (because you were having so much fun, duh), and it's probably completely surreal knowing that you walked down the aisle an entire 365 days ago.