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For Southern Weddings V9, we asked a few of our wisest, most creative, and just plain fun friends how they celebrate their anniversaries. From simple takeout dinners served on wedding china, to trips back to honeymoon destinations, and everything in between, their ideas spanned every timeframe, budget, and tradition we can think of. Whether you’ll be celebrating your first anniversary or your fifteenth this year, we hope these ideas inspire you–we’ll be sharing a new one each Sunday!

Jen Dillender

For our paper anniversary, I hand-lettered a favorite verse that encourages love, service, and hospitality (we strive for each in our marriage) onto a huge scroll that hangs in our home. Alex showcased his creativity by purchasing a large pin board for our kitchen. While not made of paper, it houses meaningful paper in our lives: various invitations, our baby’s first ultrasound, and polaroids from our wedding.
– Abby Bowlin

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For Southern Weddings V9, we asked a few of our wisest, most creative, and just plain fun friends how they celebrate their anniversaries. From simple takeout dinners served on wedding china, to trips back to honeymoon destinations, and everything in between, their ideas spanned every timeframe, budget, and tradition we can think of. Whether you’ll be celebrating your first anniversary or your fifteenth this year, we hope these ideas inspire you–we’ll be sharing a new one each Sunday!

Jen Dillender

Every year, we try to sneak off to NYC for our anniversary, which is also where we spent our honeymoon. In late November, New York puts on its absolute best for visitors like us who love the Christmas season. We make lists throughout the year of restaurants we want to try and places we’ve still not visited, and we try to cross as many off the list as possible on each trip. We like to rent the same AirBNB brownstone in Brooklyn; we always feel so at home there.
– Erin Napier of HGTV’s Hometown, married 8 years

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For Southern Weddings V9, we asked a few of our wisest, most creative, and just plain fun friends how they celebrate their anniversaries. From simple takeout dinners served on wedding china, to trips back to honeymoon destinations, and everything in between, their ideas spanned every timeframe, budget, and tradition we can think of. Whether you’ll be celebrating your first anniversary or your fifteenth this year, we hope these ideas inspire you–we’ll be sharing a new one each Sunday!

Jen Dillender

In our family, we love to celebrate, especially our anniversary. Maybe it’s because I come from parents who divorced early, or maybe because my husband comes from parents who have been married for almost 42 years, but we place a high value on our marriage, and making it to another year has always been a big deal to us. So, even when we were broke newlyweds, we found inexpensive ways to make those early anniversaries feel special. Typically, that involved some kind of getaway – an overnight stay in a cute city or a road trip exploring a new place – but it was always just the two of us. Our favorite would have to be our ten-year anniversary, which we celebrated in Italy – a dream of ours since we were dating.
Ashlee Proffitt, married 11 years

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  1. avatar Wedding Essex reply

    The first wedding anniversary is paper, so I usually say a photo shoot is a must for couples.

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