I know traditionally for wedding anniversaries, each year is a different type of item, and the first year is supposed to be paper.
Now we aren't a very traditional couple (we moved in together after only about six months, we got married only two months after getting engaged, we got married outdoors in the pouring rain in the middle of fall, and our babies are our pets), but for some reason I have this urge to follow tradition on this one.
Should I go traditional or should we keep pushing the boundaries and stick with our usual non-traditional?
I've found a list of all the traditional items based on the anniversary year so I've included it here just for reference:
Clearly we have a ways to go to get through all of these but the first is paper.
I've looked up a few ideas on-line and most of the suggestions are some sort of framed wedding memento, a coupon book, or a "why I love you" book. Now these ideas are all well and good, but again, we aren't a very traditional couple so I hoping to come up with something a little more out of the box. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
That is all for now,