Arguably， the best-known cliché about anniversaries is how frequently they’re forgotten. It’s true， anniversaries may often take a back seat to birthdays and bigger holidays — but in terms of gift-giving， they’re among the easiest occasions to shop for. (You can thank tradition for that： it turns out couples have been presenting one another with year-specific tokens of love since the Middle Ages.) Still stumped on what to bestow upon your better half？ You’re in luck. Today， we’re offering a selection of handmade and vintage treasures， organized according to anniversary milestone to ensure the perfect pick whether you’re celebrating five years — or fifty. Here’s to manyfrench linen cushion covers， many more.personalized anniversary gifts
Pair？a classic stationery set and a？wood？and rubber？stamp？customized with your？initials？for a timeless (and useful) first-year gift； from $32.
Record up to ten romantic milestones — first meeting， first kiss， first trip abroad？—？on the rings of a custom-printed， chalkboard-style tree； from $20.
Give avid readers (and hopeless romantics) a book of long-forgotten love poems from a bygone era； $22.
Woven by hand using natural cotton yarn， this hammock —？which folds down into a handy tote —？is perfect for al fresco relaxing à？deux； $145.
Snuggle up together？under a hand-dyed quilt， made according to traditional shibori technique； $325.
This sweet and sexy nightgown is the handiwork of London-based lingerie designer Joanna Ketterer， whose come-hither creations are crafted from organic cotton， soy fabrics， and salvaged lace； $69.
Shopping for a shutterbug？ A personalized leather camera strap is the ideal accessory for memory-making； $39 as-is or from $44？personalized.
Or document daily doings together with a linen-stitched leather sketchbook in the color of your choosing (we’re partial to cheerful marigold)； $28.
For him， a revamped？Soviet watch from the ’；70s？with a new leather wristband (and entirely？of-the-moment appeal)； $94.
Brighten your breakfast table with a pair of whimsical earthenware bowls， shaped by hand to resemble the halves of a cantaloupe； $46 for two.
Keep this botanical print on display at home and you’ll enjoy nature’s beauty year-round (plus， unlike a fresh bouquet， a pressed flower won’t wilt)； from $10.
Spread the joy of a love that blooms eternal with heirloom flower seeds； $3.50.
Ditch your standard sparkler for this handmade wooden ring， topped with white resin； $22. (Men’s options include slimmer hand-turned models， minus the bauble.)
Send husband-and-wife duo Ana and Marko a photograph of home sweet home， and they’ll recreate it in miniature from carved wood and acrylic paint； prices vary.
Plot your next romantic getaway？with a？vintage tin globe？from a favorite era； $245.
Put your love into words？with a perfectly patinaed metal bunting， made from repurposed signage strung from twine； $48.
Raise a glass of the finest bubbly and keep the rest chilling in？a silver-plated？champagne bucket？(this one’；s a relic of 1950s France)； $35.
Commemorate a quarter-century of being in step with made-to-order mirrored oxfords？— just right for a celebratory spin on the dance floor； $42.
What better reminder of the family tree you’；ve created together than an earthy？aquamarine-and-sterling silver ring，？cast from？a real tree branch；？$75.
Fête fifty with a scratch-off golden ticket redeemable for an extravagant adventure abroad； card $9 (vacation bill varies).
Here’；s another gilded go-to for announcing a major getaway： a solid gold ring？engraved with the coordinates of your destination； from $225.
We’re wedding crazy at the moment on The Current! To conclude our ‘Wedding’ series, we’re sharing with you our favourite personalised cards! We’re here to show you how you can personalise your event from start to finish with Snapfish photo gifts and cards.
Amanda:? Garrett and I met through an online dating website. I had just moved to Nashville a couple of months prior and was only hoping to make some friends and get to know the city better. In one of his emails, he shared a story about a trip to his friend’s farm and how a cow licked his hand. I thought, “okay, if animals love him, then he’s got to a be a good guy. I’ll give him a chance.” Our first date took place at Bosco’s. Over a pizza and a couple glasses of wine, we spent hours sharing our dreams, values, and what was important to us. We both were secretly noting how similar we were on so many fronts. My first thought was that he was remarkably kind and truly seemed interested in knowing ME.