Google+ Marriage and Relationships Archives - Page 2 of 64 - Southern Weddings

Southern Weddings

Category: Marriage and Relationships

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 first anniversary, I knew that Blair wanted a home office, so I took inspiration from the traditional gift (paper) and modern gift (clock) to transform a bedroom upstairs into a space where he could work from home. Since we had just moved in and literally had no furniture on our second floor, it was fun to work on the space while he was away. To this day, he claims he had no idea anything was happening up there!
– Christina Frederick of Christina Leigh Events, married 4 years

Written with love by admin
0 Comments

Southern Weddings reserves the right to delete comments which contain profanity or personal attacks or seek to promote a business unrelated to the post.  And remember: a good attitude is like kudzu – it spreads.  We love hearing your kind thoughts!

Reply to:
close

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

Traveling together is our favorite way to celebrate. This year, we spent a week exploring western Norway. We stayed in a cozy fjord-front cabin and completed one of our bucket list hikes (the Trolltunga!). It was a beautiful week full of laughter and memories we will treasure even when we are old and gray.
– Anna Foushee

Written with love by admin
0 Comments

Southern Weddings reserves the right to delete comments which contain profanity or personal attacks or seek to promote a business unrelated to the post.  And remember: a good attitude is like kudzu – it spreads.  We love hearing your kind thoughts!

Reply to:
close

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

With two little ones, it’s difficult to make a long, extravagant, kid-free trip happen to celebrate our anniversary. Instead, last summer, we took two mini kid-free weekend getaways to celebrate our fifth anniversary, and it was so much fun! We road tripped to new cities with zero agenda, and filled them with lots of sleep, relaxation, great food and drink, and uninterrupted conversation! It was the best way to celebrate five years.
– Laura Kashner of Southern Weddings, married 5 years

Written with love by admin
0 Comments

Southern Weddings reserves the right to delete comments which contain profanity or personal attacks or seek to promote a business unrelated to the post.  And remember: a good attitude is like kudzu – it spreads.  We love hearing your kind thoughts!

Reply to:
close
Top