There are plenty of holidays for gift giving in the year, but only one occasion has an actual schedule of gifts to give: anniversaries. As a result, you need never scratch your head about what to get your spouse. There is the traditional anniversary gift list that can guide you!
This gift list made its debut during the Victorian era in the United Kingdom during the 1800s, and then jumped across the pond to the United States in the early 20th century [source: Martha Stewart]. Elaborate anniversary celebrations were fashionable during this time, so gift-giving thrived as a result.
The Traditional gift list is more well-known, but tin or wool may seem like strange gifts. As a result, the Modern list was created to be more practical in the present. Though for young couples, giving appliances on the fourth year may still be a stretch.
The items below serve mainly as guides and are open to interpretation. Get creative! For example, we know one couple that for “Paper” gave each other plane tickets. The anniversary list is wonderful to check off as the years go by and makes an interesting story to tell!