Recently Heith and I celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary. It’s amazing how fast those seven years have flown by. I have been lucky to spend them with not only my childhood friend, but my best friend. Those of you who have been following my blog and our story know that we are trying to pay off our debt (excluding our home) by July 2019. With that goal in mind, we set out to have an anniversary on a budget.
A Romantic Stroll. Take a walk on the beach, along a wooded trail, through your favorite park or through downtown. The idea is just to simply be together, spend time holding hands and talking without distractions.
Outdoor Concert. Depending on the time of year your anniversary falls in you may have several free outdoor concerts, free outdoor movie night or festivals in your area.
Candle Light Dinner. Make your spouse or significant other a romantic candle light dinner. It’s much less expensive than dinning out and you can celebrate with your favorite foods. Don’t forget dessert!
Stay In. Rent movies from Redbox, pop some popcorn or enjoy some of your other favorite sacks and cuddle up on the couch!
Go To The Museum. Taking a tour through your local art museum can be a fun and inexpensive way to enjoy an afternoon or evening on your anniversary. Many museums only ask for a donation as an entrance fee making this a very frugal option.
Go Out For Lunch. The lunch menu at many restaurants are much less expensive than the dinner options. So to help the budget go out for lunch instead. That will free up your evening for a movie or other fun activity.
Free Dinner & A Movie. We are celebrating with a free $50.00 dinner and a movie. How you ask. I used the points I earned through scanning my receipts into ReceiptPal and thanks to this nifty little app date night is free! Talk about doing your anniversary on a budget!
What are some of your favorite ways to celebrate your anniversary on a budget?
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