One very exciting time aside from your wedding is celebrating your first anniversary. It is a time to reflect on what a year has done to your relationship and the growth that has taken place. Many couples will do something for their first anniversary that reminds them of when they dated or their wedding day. For some couples, things like these can become traditions that are done each year. Traditions can help you refocus on what is important when it comes to celebrating such a great time in your life. These traditions are a great way to keep your marriage alive year to year.
Take a Picture
Begin a great tradition by taking a picture on your first anniversary. Make this something you try and do on each anniversary after that. It is so much fun to go back and look at those picture and the changes that happened each year to each of you and to your family. Many couples love remembering what they were like at certain times in the marriage. It can help you remember those times and help you see what kind future you have waiting.
Eat a Certain Thing
Many couples will celebrate their first anniversary by eating at a restaurant that they loved while they dated. This could also be eating a certain type of food that will remind you of those first times together as a couple. Eating something can bring back so many memories and feelings that you love to feel. This tradition can be so simple and easy to find time to do. Make this a priority on the exact date of an anniversary and jeep it sacred. Make it something you do each year to remember the reason you fell in love in the first place.
Watch Your Wedding Video
A great tradition to begin is watching your wedding video on your first anniversary. Many couples will get out their wedding pictures, cards, and videos to remind them of that beautiful day and what it meant to them. This can be a tradition that happens each year and will bring back laughter and excitement to your marriage. It is so much fun to see what you looked like on that day and the great people that spent it with you. What a great tradition to start and keep doing.