6th Wedding Anniversary Presents - Ideas for Wonderful Gifts
If you are looking for 6th wedding anniversary gifts, then the first thing that you should know is that iron and candy are the traditional gifts, although wood is also becoming popular as a more contemporary version of iron.
Although there are few ways of combining iron and candy, both items do offer quite a bit of room for creativity.
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If you truly want to combine candy and iron in your gift giving, then you might be able to locate an iron box, or at least one that resembles iron, and fill it with candy. Of course, that might end up being too complicated, not to mention heavy. As an alternative, you could also try to find an iron plant stand and fill a plant basket full of candy.
Luckily, there are so many variations of the candy gift idea that you shouldn't have any trouble finding something great for a 6th wedding anniversary present. If you're handy in the kitchen, then you might want to consider making your own candy for a present. Fudge is always a popular candy to give as a gift.
If cooking really isn't your thing, then you can still be creative with your candy. Consider a candy arrangement, set up like a bouquet of flowers. You could also send your spouse on a candy trail throughout the house, where their large 6th wedding anniversary present (which doesn't have to be candy-oriented) is located at the end. This is a good way of using candy without making it the primary gift.
If you want to go the iron-route and give a gift that is constructed out of iron, then there is a good chance for you to purchase something for the home. A cast iron skillet is one option, although you might not want to make this the primary 6th wedding anniversary gift, depending on your spouse and what you think they might be expecting.
Other ideas include iron sculptures, iron golf clubs, and an iron plant stand. If you're purchasing a gift for your husband, then you might want to take "iron" figuratively and purchase him something that is fitness oriented if he likes to work out. (This would be interpreting iron as "pumping iron.")
The modern counterpart to iron is wood. Of course, with wood, you have a variety of options for 6th wedding anniversary gift ideas available. From wooden bookshelves to picture frames, hand carved wooden boxes and tools for woodworking, you won't be in any shortage of supply when it comes to wood products. However, many people prefer to be traditional in the gift giving arena and like to stay with the iron and candy motifs.
Remember, too, that you can always find items that look like iron. If you want to purchase your wife a necklace, for instance, and iron just isn't a realistic material for a pendent, then you could go with metallic pearls which are iron gray in color. That way, you can still squeeze in some jewelry for your 6th wedding anniversary, and keep to the traditional iron gift giving suggestion!
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