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3 Month Anniversary Gift Ideas for Men

Updated July 20, 2017

The three-month mark into a relationship is special as it signifies the infatuation stage of the relationship. The relationship begins to move into the stage when a couple really starts to get to know one another. With the help of a nice three-month anniversary gift, the special moment in time can be celebrated.

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Artistic Photos

Taking photographs together is a special way to commemorate a relationship. A wonderful gift to give to your guy that he will truly appreciate is a personalised piece of artwork. There are many websites available, such the PhotoARTomation website, which allow you to upload your favourite photos and personalise them to create a beautiful piece of artwork your guy will love.

Homemade Meal

If you're savvy in the kitchen, a great three-month anniversary gift idea is to cook your boyfriend a romantic dinner for two. Search the Internet or through your favourite cookbooks to find a delicious meal the both of you enjoy. A great simple and romantic dinner idea is broiled honey-glazed salmon with a side salad and chocolate-covered strawberries for dessert. If you know your boyfriend's favourite food, incorporate that into your romantic dinner.

Weekend Getaway

If you have the spare cash to splurge, take a weekend trip to the mountains or to a local beach (weather permitting). Surprise your guy by planning the trip ahead of time, but keep it a secret up until the day of the trip. Be sure to plan all details, such as hotel check-ins, dining locations and some fun activities to do at your destination. Find a local bed & breakfast for added romance.


Find an interest you both love, such as cooking, a sporting event or ice skating, and do it together. Spending time together can be a real gift for a relationship and can bring you closer together. Plan a special day of fun activities and include a nice dinner at home or out on the town if your budget permits. You can end your fun-filled day by watching a romantic-comedy at home cuddling on the couch or dance the night away at a popular club in town.

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About the Author

Erica Gendler has been writing professionally for over six years. Her works were first published in 2004 in her high school quarterly newspaper, "The Warrior." She has written for the weekly college newspaper, "The Snapper," at Millersville University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from West Chester University in 2010.

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