Also, no one wants to hear that you’ve been planning a wedding on your own. Meeting up with some friends or a sibling for a drink is one thing, inviting your date to your aunt’s birthday party is another. You don’t want your grandma coming to conclusions about the where the relationship is headed before you do. Don’t overwhelm your date with unnecessary (and bitter) details in the early stages of a relationship.
You’ll have plenty of time to plan a wedding…if the relationship makes it past the one-month mark. Only introduce your kids to someone you’re serious about. Otherwise, you’re prematurely adding a level of commitment to the relationship. In a long-term relationship, all the dating horror stories of the past will be revealed.
Marking the Milestone and Looking Ahead Avoiding Awkwardness Getting Creative Community Q&A All anniversaries are important milestones, but few are more confusing than the one-month anniversary in a relationship. Should you celebrate it by giving your sweetheart a gift?
If so, how do you say “We’ve got a good thing going here,” but not “Start thinking about wedding venues” or “Don’t plan on a six-month anniversary”?
Go out to your favorite restaurant to celebrate your one month anniversary.
I'm thinking about doing something special for her because next Wednesday marks our first month.Handbag, dresser valet, perfume, cologne, or a fragrance gift set that suits their taste is also a good choice (Tip for the men: avoid experimenting when giving fragrances, stick to what she likes).Experience gift, amusement park tickets, or something fun to go do.Along these lines, be sure to consult our I'm Sorry Table if you forgot your anniversary or were late in remembering it.A trendy watch or thoughtful jewelry (keep it simple, nothing too expensive or sentimental), dinner at upscale restaurant, or a fancy home cooked meal.The Wedding Anniversary Table is well known, but what about couples who are dating?