Our One Year Anniversary!

Two years ago Ryan and I met at the 2010 Tulsa Run. The next year we ran the same race and got married later that afternoon with a running themed wedding. Here we are now celebrating our one year anniversary!

The year has been amazing! It really has! We have got to do so many things, learned so much, moved forward toward our dream and have grown closer. It is crazy to think what this next year will hold for us!

It is always a bit of a challenge to come up with what to get Ryan for gifts. However, I came across the gift idea called the five senses on The Dating Divas website. I liked the idea and was ready to roll with it for his anniversary present! On their site it even has printables for the gift, but I decided to make my own.

I actually used a box that our wedding invitations came in! Oh and the left over paper from his homemade birthday card! haha.

Sound: Ironman DVD- so he can listen to it at work

Sight: lingerie-for him to see ofcourse

Touch: Certificate for a massage

Smell: Certificate for a homemade loaf of bread- he likes the smell of it (and taste!)

Taste: Hot Tamales- one of his favorite sweets


Here is a close up so you can see the “template” that I used.

We have our cake in the fridge thawing out to have some later today also! Should be interesting!

What did you and your spouse do on your one year anniversary to celebrate?

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  1. This is so lovely and sweet! Nicely done :)

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