Whether you've been married for 5 or 50 years, your husband, boyfriend or partner deserves a special something that lets him know just how much you love him.And if your man hasn't popped the question yet, or marriage just isn't for you, then we're confident that you'll find a present for your boyfriend or partner that he never knew he'd always wanted. He's probably asked for something really naff and boring, but here at Find Me a Gift we reckon you should ignore his request and instead get your man something romantic, unusual or thoughtful. Deep down all men want to be spoilt, and there's no better opportunity to treat him than on your anniversary.Nearly 23 years ago, I eloped with the man of my dreams, tying the knot wearing jeans and a black turtleneck in a tiny attorney's office in Antigua, Guatemala.
But when a couple makes it to 10 or 20 or 60 years of marriage, well, now that's something that really needs celebrating.
I remember once my husband gave me a package of six ballroom dance lessons -- a staggeringly romantic gesture from a man who, once released from the awkward rituals of dating, seemed determined never to set foot near a dance floor again.
But, after a lovely 10th anniversary party, the reality of three children and two full-time jobs and home renovation and extended family issues started to encroach on our couple time and I began to believe that simply being able to count on this man was worth its weight in anniversary chocolates any day of the week.
Brian and I are celebrating our 10th anniversary today. And folks, I’m happy to say that after some rockier years we are more solid than we have ever been because of some recent changes that we’ve made.
He’s truly my soulmate, best friend, and generally my most favorite person in the world.