Gift Ideas for a Two-Year Dating Anniversary

Updated July 20, 2017

Couples looking to celebrate their two-year anniversary should consider gifts that represent their serious, committed relationship. Women and men have different tastes in gifts, but, regardless, effort is needed to signify a two-year anniversary. When shopping for a gift, keep in mind your partner's interests and purchase a gift that symbolises your two-year anniversary.

Personalised Photo Frame

A personalised metal frame engraved with your names and the date your relationship began expresses your commitment to each other on your anniversary. Most frames can even be engraved with a personalised quote representing the couple's love. Pick your favourite photo with your loved one and place it inside the frame. Wrap it with a bow and watch your significant other appreciate the effort.


There are jewellery options for both men and women on a two-year anniversary. For a man, a personalised metal pocket watch can make him feel sophisticated. Another option for your special guy is monogrammed cuff links to make him feel loved on the special day. For women, there are plenty of options such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets. If you want to follow traditional gift lists, a two-year anniversary jewellery piece should include crystal.

Romantic Getaway

Surprise your sweetheart with a romantic getaway. Spending quality alone time together to celebrate your anniversary can be very romantic. With all your attention focused on each other and by eliminating outside situations, your getaway will bring back the sparks. Whether a local or destination trip is your desire, focus on a place of interest for your significant other. He will be thrilled to get away from daily life and enjoy your company.

Romantic Dinner

Cook a romantic candlelight dinner. This gift can win you huge points with your partner because of the effort put forth to pull this off. Take into account her preferred food choices before you plan the meal and give yourself extra time to prepare and cook the food, to avoid mistakes and rushing. Recipe ideas include pasta with shrimp, roasted eggplant with vegetables, and steak with tomatoes and onions.

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