Traditional 50th Wedding Anniversary gifts are gold, a tradition that goes back hundreds of years when husbands used to gift garlands of gold to their wives on their Anniversary.
Now, we can't promise you garlands of gold but we can promise you lots of gorgeous gift ideas.
Gifts for 50th wedding anniversary have to be special and everyone knows that the gift needs to be golden, gold is expensive so we have put together some ideas to suit all budgets.
These gorgeous 50th anniversary roses are perfect. There are golden roses made from lace or paper. The paper roses you can add your names and the date. Plus you can choose to send a single rose or a whole bouquet.
A very traditional 50th Anniversary frame is a great gift and you could put your favorite photo of the two of them to complete the gift.
You could even arrange a photographer to take photos of all of you to celebrate the family that they have created.
You can get a number of items that are either gold in color or gold leaf; picture frames, coasters, cutlery, pens, scarves, ties, really anything would fit into the gold theme.
This Personalized Anniversary Vase is very personal. With your couple's names, the dates and your own message if you would like to.
This would make a great keepsake gift to keep as a reminder.
Anniversary Champagne Glasses
Personalized Champagne glasses a re a lovely way to make your celebration even more special and these crystal glasses will be treasured for years to come.
Gold jewelry is an obvious choice;
For the plant lovers have a look at the great Golden Wedding Roses that are available, alternatively there are lots of golden colored plants, flowers and even trees - golden plums or the beauty of golden autumn leaves. There are a number of roses that have been named Golden Anniversary rose that would be perfect.
A traditional gift of a golden anniversary clock or his and hers watches can all be engraved with a special message. An anniversary clock is a very traditional gift and became popular in the early 1900s as a wedding gift. The name 'anniversary clock' was copyrighted in 1901 by the Bowler & Burdock Co., Ohio. This was because this style of clock had a mechanism that allowed it to run for 400 days without winding. It became popular as a wedding gift as you only had to wind it up once a year - normally on the couple's anniversary. Today most of the anniversary clocks are battery operated as the mechanism was so delicate in the original clocks they were easily damaged. But the name anniversary clock still remains.
And that is really what a 50th wedding anniversary is about, family and friends celebrating a great couple.
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