Gifts for a Man's 35th Birthday

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Gifts for a Man's 35th Birthday
A thoughtful gift demonstrates your love for the guy. (John Howard/Lifesize/Getty Images)

While examining birthday gifts for a 35-year-old man, purchase an item that shows your love. Thirty-five is a milestone year because it means that the guy is a step closer to his 40s. Purchase a gift that takes some pressure off of the guy by permitting him to relax and enjoy himself.

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Gift Basket

Make a gift basket with items you think the guy would like. For instance, a guy who loves football should enjoy a sports-theme basket. Fill the basket with a jersey as well as tickets to see the guy's favourite team play. If you can splurge, throw in season tickets to the guy's favourite team. Or create a romantic gift basket with everything that you need for a date night in. Add a few new-release Blu-rays and a blanket so you can cuddle up together.

Professional Items

A 35 year old typically has a nice career, so he should enjoy items he can use for work. For instance, give the guy a designer tie and a nice wristwatch. Personalise the wristwatch with the guy's name by asking a jeweller to engrave it. Or include a thoughtful saying, such as, "Everything I know I learnt after I was 30," by Georges Clemenceau. Or get the guy a digital photo frame so he can have a slideshow of images on his work desk.

Weekend Getaway

Help the guy plan a weekend getaway or surprise him with an itinerary. Get some friends together to vacation at the beach, such as an all-inclusive resort vacation to Cancun, Mexico. Your friends and you can pitch in together to pay for the guy's airfare and hotel stay. Or go on a wine tasting to Napa Valley, California, if you want to have a romantic weekend away.

Homemade Meal

Pamper your guy on his 35th birthday by making him a romantic homemade meal. Begin to set the atmosphere by putting out nice place settings. Then light the way to the table with some tea light candles. Prepare several courses with an appetizer, salad, soup, entrée and desert. Make dishes that your guy rarely eats so he can try something new that is made with his favourite ingredients. For instance, make beef wellington with a side of French onion soup and a red velvet cake for dessert.

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