5 Gift Ideas To Celebrate An Anniversary Virtually
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5 Gift Ideas To Celebrate An Anniversary Virtually

My boyfriend and I are celebrating our year and a half anniversary this week. Here is a list of gifts I will be sending!

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5 Gift Ideas To Celebrate An Anniversary Virtually
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While I am so sad that our anniversary falls during the week, I am having so much fun looking at what to send him. Here is what I'll be putting in a gift package! I hope this will help you with some ideas too.

A Custom Made Cookie

Photo by Eleni Koureas on Unsplash

A custom made cookie with your anniversary date and initials is a cute and unique idea.

A Heart-Felt Note

Photo by Kate Macate on Unsplash

It is always special to send a note to remind your S.O. how much you love them.

Gift Card To Favorite Store/Restaurant

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This is a nice opportunity for your S.O. to buy the shirt they wanted, or a coffee from their favorite coffee shop!

Shutterfly Custom Photo Calendar 

Photo by @shutterfly on Instagram

Shutterfly makes perfect personal items. A calendar is cute because they'll be able to look at you every day!

Ticket To Future Event

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This will get you both so excited and ready for your next visit!

I can't wait for my S.O. to open this anniversary gift package. I hope these ideas give you some inspiration!!!

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