5 Vital Details to Keep in Mind for Your Anniversary Party
Your wedding day is a day you will cherish for the rest of your life.In fact, your wedding is so important that you might as well celebrate it every year!Okay, maybe you don't need to have a big wedding anniversary party every year, but when it comes to important anniversaries, you definitely want a big celebration.
An anniversary party is a great way to celebrate the love between you and your spouse, but planning the party is easier said than done.Whether you’re celebrating five or 50 years together, here are some of the details to keep remember when planning your special anniversary party with your better half and all of your closest friends and family.
Send out invitations
Send your guests the wedding anniversary invitations that really set the mood and fit the theme for the occasion. Let your guests know that you’re still very much in love and can’t wait to celebrate with all of them for a second time.
Select a theme
Just like your wedding, you’ll want to choose a theme for your anniversary party to help you coordinate the whole party. It could be a simple, rustic theme or you could pick from a slew of others, including hearts, floral, beach, fairy tale and so many more. Try to pick a theme that accurately depicts your personalities and the relationship that you have built through all of these years together.
Choose a venue
If you’re having a somewhat small get together, maybe you would like to host the event at your humble abode. But if the party calls for more space, consider other venues that would allow you to celebrate in style.
Create the perfect playlist
Music really helps to set the tone for the night. Beforehand, take time out to create a playlist that is really going to form the appropriate mood.It is a good ideas to make a playlist of all the songs that were played at your wedding, or songs that were popular during the year that you tied the knot.That would remind you and your guest the precious day in your life.
Assign someone to take photos
Designate a family member or a friend to capture the big event if you don’t want a photographer. This way, you won’t have to be worried about getting shots of the event and you can simply enjoy your party.