Cute Anniversary Gifts for a Boyfriend

Updated July 20, 2017

Your anniversary is your opportunity to show your boyfriend how much you appreciate having him in your life. Consider the things he loves when deciding on the perfect gift. The fact that you've considered his interests paired with the fact that the gift is coming from his favourite person will make it extra special.

Your Clothes and a Sleepover Bag

Give your boyfriend a few items of your clothing for him to keep with him when you two are apart. Along with this, you can consider giving your boyfriend a sleepover kit. This kit can include a toothbrush, deodorant, socks, T-shirts and boxers or pajama trousers. Put them in an overnight bag and let him know that they're for when he comes to spend the night at your place.

Camping Set

Many men love to go camping, and often have to drag their girlfriends with them. Show your boyfriend that you can rough it by giving him a camping set and offering to spend a weekend with him at the place of his choice. The set can include two sleeping bags, a tent, flashlights and an outdoor cooking set.


Create a scrapbook for your boyfriend with pictures and items you've collected throughout your relationship. Place the pictures in the scrapbook along with captions. You can also include movie ticket stubs, notes and other items you've collected. Leave a few blank pages for when you create new memories and have more to add.

Cook for Him

Create a romantic setting in your home and cook your boyfriend a meal for two. If you're feeling adventurous, consider baking a cheesecake with chocolate-covered strawberries for dessert. Set the mood with candles and put on one of your boyfriend's favourite films.


Get a cookie jar or a decorative tin container and fil it with your man's favourite treats. Include cookies, cupcakes, brownies and his favourite types of candy. Keep an eye on this gift after you've given it and sneak refills when you see that your boyfriend's running low.

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Marie Yongue has been writing since 2001 and has written for various publications at Baruch College and freelances for several websites. She is currently working toward a master's degree in English from Baruch's graduate program and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Baruch as well.