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Traditional 1st Anniversary Gifts - Paper Roses or Jewelry in Origami

Paper 1st Anniversary Gifts
Paper is the traditional gift for a 1st wedding anniversary. So celebrate your first year of marriage with paper, used in an unexpected way!

Give her a romantic gift of a dozen paper roses. Available in bouquets of pink or red.

Or perhaps, give a unique handmade origami box... When she opens it, she'll find a lovely silver necklace within!

The Traditional Anniversary Gift List suggests paper for a 1st anniversary. What makes paper special for a first anniversary? Though it is a somewhat fragile material, your married life is just beginning. So perhaps itís a blank sheet waiting to be written onÖ The paper anniversary is often celebrated as the first major milestone of marriage.

The Modern Anniversary Gift List suggests another possibility for a first wedding anniversary... a clock. One possible reason for this choice is the obvious association with time. Though the wedding might be the official beginning of marriage, the first year anniversary marks the first milestone over time.. So if you go this route, you might literally get a clock, or possibly a fashionable watch.

Our 1st wedding anniversary gifts are shown above... To celebrate one year of marriage, each of these unique gifts has paper within it, though always used in an unexpected way!

Customer Comments for our 1st Anniversary Gifts

"I want others to know how pleased I was with the Red roses made of paper. My wife just loved them! I was a little worried as I had them gift wrapped and could not preview them before I gave them to her. But, the roses where better than I could have imagined again." - Stephen

"My wife loved the Ogee necklace and how it came wrapped in the origami box. GREAT SERVICE!! Would do more business with this company!!" - James

"The process of buying my wifeís first year anniversary gift was as smooth as it can be. the customer service after receiving the gift was beyond expectation. Thank you Architects Touch." - Luis