Create an online memory jar (folder/album).
Fill it with anniversary wishes and memories.
Invite other people to post wishes.
Gift physical products customized with the wishes.
It’s Sunny and Shruti’s 25th wedding anniversary, so their children want to do something special for them. They set up an anniversary memory jar, and add some photos from their parents’ love story. They then send the memory jar link to all their family members and parents’ friends from around the world. Sunny and Shruti will receive the memory jar link with everyone's messages at midnight, and treasure it for the rest of their lives :)View Sample Anniversary Jar
Pro Tip: You don't have to invite other people to post messages if you don't want to - some of the best anniversary memory jars we've seen have multiple posts from just one person, like a boyfriend who posted 100 reasons he loved his girlfriend, and a mother who made a jar with memories of her son and daughter-in-law's journey from childhood to married life
Anniversaries always seemed silly to me, because who needs a special day to remember and celebrate your love? Then I saw how 12 year olds celebrated “anniversaries” by sharing chocolates and teenagers passed secret anniversary wishes in class and in-laws went out of their way to make the newlyweds feel special on their first anniversaries. That’s when I realized that while every day in love was a gift, some days could be better wrapped than others.
And then I became an anniversary celebrator – for all kinds of anniversaries, not just the romantic ones – which led to many moments I know will make me smile long after the relationships I celebrated are gone. So whether you’re filling a memory jar with the million reasons your "special someone" makes you smile or creating a memory jar to collect wishes for a couple you care about, I hope you truly enjoy the Lumhaa experience. And that your memory jar acts like the shiny bow atop packaging for the very best of days.