Your wedding is one of the most important milestones in your relationship. So, why pop a bottle of bubbly to acknowledge this significant occasion only once a year?
Dr. Paul Sago, a marriage counselor and author of Planning Your Marriage: A Workbook Guide for Engaged and Married Couples, and his wife, Donna, celebrate their wedding anniversary every month--and have done so for 21 happy years of marriage!
Celebrating your anniversary monthly "keeps you aware of your wedding and how it happened and why," says Dr. Sago. "It gives you an opportunity to talk about just yourselves, rather than your finances or the in-laws." Whether you make dinner together or dine at your favorite restaurant, celebrating your anniversary every month acts as a frequent reminder and renewal of your love and commitment to each other and it allows you to spend an evening focused on each other.
Cute anniversary idea!
Here’s a neat way to document your ever-lasting love--and ever-changing hairdos! Each anniversary, snap a photo of you and your partner holding a photo of yourselves that was taken on the same day the previous year. You’ll end up with a lifetime of pictures within a picture.
From the new Fall issue of 2 For Couples!
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