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Tomorrow marks 3 years since this wonderful day took place! I loved every moment of that day and it only keeps getting better. Being able to live life with this man is an incredible blessing!

To steal a page out of the most recent Southern Weddings magazine –

“Just as an audible intake of breath is heard when a bride emerges at the end of the aisle, our life’s work is sharing and encouraging marriages so beautiful the world gasps when it sees them. Friends, the world is waiting for your marriage. It needs it, because each new union adds something to marriage’s legacy. That is an awesome responsibility, and one that we honor and cherish, all the days of our life.” 

I love you Matt. I cherish the responsibility of being your wife.

Okay, enough of that mushy stuff for now. 🙂

I thought it would be fun (& appropriate) to share some anniversary ideas today! It is so much fun to celebrate that beautiful day and all the days that have followed it!

Here’s three fun ways to celebrate your special day:

1. TAKE A TRIP

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You can plan an exotic vacation like the one above! (Sign me up, please!)

OR

Go on a weekend getaway – Places close to home are fun and the travel is easy!

Last year, Matt and I planned a ‘stay cation’. We booked a room in a nice hotel near our condo and explored the city we were living in!

2. THROW A PARTY

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Share in the celebration with your loved ones! Whether you have been married for 2 years or 50, that is something to be excited about. Take a cue from Erin – she and her hubby threw a fabulous anniversary party (with 80 of their closest friends and family)! Look at them in their 7 year martial bliss state!

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3. DATE NIGHT!

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Sometimes dinner and a movie can be just as fun as going all out! Plan an evening in with your love – you can make it extra fun by putting together cute packages like this one!

Moral of the story here – spending time with the one you love is special regardless of what you are doing. Whether you plan a week long vacation or a special night in, celebrating is always fun!

Thanks for reading!

Colleen