I think the idea of a photo album is terrific. If you can manage it financially, go for sterling silver, not plate. Plate can rub off in time, exposing the base metal beneath. Of course, if sterling is out of budget, the hell with what I just said.I like the picture photo album idea. Maybe do a real nice silver plated front cover, 25th is of course Silver anniversary.
I'm sure they'd love pix of you guys.Hm. I really really like that idea, unfortunately, I'm not sure my brothers and I are going to get access to the pictures we'd need (nor have them in some cases) as they'd be on my dad's computer, hah.
I wonder if we have enough of the three of us? It might work?
Oh there are plenty, unfortunately, neither myself nor my brothers with my parents (and where they are all conveniently located!). Too bad none of us are prolific on facebook with pictures..I'm sure they'd love pix of you guys.
No paper pictures around you could scan in?
I agree with this, and would have said so, but you scooped me first.If so, I would say somewhere where the family can go to have them renew their vows, then send them to somewhere of their choice. That way they can have the family there to celebrate it, then somewhere they can go to celebrate together.
After the mentioned photo albums, and moving out (lol) suggestions above, I'd say a gift card for an unforgettable dinner at an up-scale restaurant, would probably be very much appreciated.Anyone have suggestions for gift ideas for my parents' 25th wedding anniversary?
Having a hard time thinking of something for such an occasion. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Not even funny. Grow up.Prepaid side-by-side funeral plots. A gift that keeps on giving.
Actually, it is pretty funny, but it does point out something the thread starter might want to consider when picking a gift. What do they want (ask them) vs. what do they need but didn't realize they needed.Not even funny. Grow up,