As you celebrate this special 1st wedding anniversary, reflect on both the delicate and hardy aspects of your marriage and your love for one another.

Here are ideas to make the anniversary week memorable.

Homemade cake

In some Ghanaian homes, they eat cake occasionally either on a birthday or wedding anniversary. If you live under the same roof, then he knows your culinary skills from sauteeing, frying, steaming among others but have you baked a cake for your partner before? Use this opportunity to bake his favourite cake to mark the milestone in your relationship and he would love you more.

Travel

Unbelievable but some couples barely get intimate after work. The focus is to work effortlessly for a comfortable life putting their relationship on hold. Take some days off before your anniversary and enjoy a week-long of love, romance and peace together while switching off your world.

Raffle

This is a fun game and NOT budget-friendly but you can’t put a price tag on your happiness and success of your relationship. Each partner will list different things on different sheets of papers for the partner to choose from. Each partner buys what the other chooses.

Counselling

One year down and forever to go. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to visit a counsellor and share your journey so far and learn new things to spice up your relationship.

A new addition to the family

The biggest announcement every man would ever love to hear is informing them about your first fruit. Plan wisely, eat healthily and expand your family.

Be an artist

Make him feel special. Summarize the 365 days you have spent together in the form of music or poet. Your significant other would be blown away to listen to studio record song specially made for him.

Engage in a sport or activity

What is your partner passionate about? Swimming, hockey, dancing or cooking? Pay for a year subscription for the two of you. It is a great way to spend more time together to strengthen your relationship.

Education

Going to back to school will have a toil on your relationship but in the long term whether it would benefit the family in a great way whether it’s the wife or husband getting a first or second degree.