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@@racht33 Thank you. I dont expect him to read the whole thing, on that day. I suspect it will be read over time. I am just super cheesy and thought that it would be something we could both look back on. 

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@MissJen3  This is such a thoughtful idea.  He's gonna love it and the fact that you were so thoughtful to consistently think of something over the course of 365 days.  So nice!  Congrats.

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@wafflesmom     Ohhh, in that case I think that would be a great idea.  How thoughtful.  At least if he doesn't wear the band and he does wear the watch, you know that it has just as a special meaning to him because you guys said your vows with the watch and band.  It's a different idea and you seem really passionate about it, I say go for it.  I like it, it's unique ;)

Haha, I guess I am quite passionate about this option so you're right, I should do this one. It may look funny but I know that Derrick will love this surprise. Thanks for the input ladies

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Uncommongoods.com has a lot of great gift ideas, and even has a wedding gifts section!

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@IzzyDeee I have thought about doing a photoshoot too, but I don't know if it would be worth it because I wouldn't display them in our home and they would probably sit around. I do like the idea of a photo or something personal that we can share in our home, so I was thinking about commissioning a portrait to be created based off of one of our engagement photos! I found a website where there are a lot of artists who will create custom artwork based off of photos, and I loved our engagement photos so much, I'd love to have them as a art piece too! What do you think about the idea, do you think my fiance would like it for his gift? Here's the link if you'd want to check it out: https://mishkalo.com/commission-a-portrait/

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My fiance was a blind date to my soroity's Christmas formal,we have a tradition of the girls giving their dates a gag gift he played guitar, so I gave him a toy guitar,my gift for him is a Fender stratocaster with an amp, which I've had hidden at my sister's house for months( I hope I don't regret this but he'll love it!)

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