Well, my anniversary was earlier this week.  And to say my husband went overboard on seventh anniversary gifts is an understatement.  He must love me, or copper, or both.


Traditional Anniversary Gifts

We’ve had so much fun doing traditional anniversary gifts.  It’s a great way to get a little creative and get something a bit out of the box.  I’ve received some pretty great gifts.  For our fifth anniversary (wood) I got a tree.  And not just any tree, but a 5 year old oak that was planted in a special place that will be protected for many years – with grand plans to have a sixtieth wedding anniversary party under that tree.  No one has ever accused Eric of lacking vision.

Mom on point fifth anniversary gift

Seventh Anniversary Gifts

I don’t have near the creativity of my lovely husband, and I got Eric the most obvious of seventh anniversary gifts – but he loved it anyways: moscow mule copper cups.  The ones I got come with copper stirrers/straws and are higher quality than some of the other options on Amazon.

Now for the list of EVERYTHING he got me…

This copper pan is divine.  It’s 20% off right now with code COOK.  I love cooking.  It’s not a chore – well sometimes it’s a chore, but the finish product always makes me feel like “ah, I have created a sense of home now that we get to share this home cooked meal together”.  So top of the line cookware is on point for this mom.  The magic of copper is it heats evenly and gets hot quickly.  I took it for a spin with some bacon earlier this week – and it was crispy perfection.

All of these copper bracelets Eric got me are very affordable.  They are also great pieces to add to your bracelet stack.

copper bracelets amazon copper bracelets seventh anniversary gifts

These copper lanterns (not pictured) make great outdoor centerpieces for outdoor candlelight dinners and the copper votives can add to the decor or be used inside – I keep mine by my bed.

Oh he got me flowers too… and put them in this modern copper vase we got as a wedding gift.

anniversary flowers

I know.  I got spoiled.  And it made me grateful.  Grateful for a husband who loves spoiling me and doting on me.  Grateful for my marriage and the life we’ve built together.



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