25th Wedding Anniversary Party Ideas?

My friend has requested that I help with the arrangements for her 25th wedding anniversary. She is expecting 300 guests and wants a sophisticated party. I want to make this a memorable event for her. Even though I have done this type of event before I am at a loss with regards to decorations, etc. Please help me asap.



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January 26, 20090 found this helpful

You should incorportate as many personal notes as you can about thier life together; such as having pictures of the two of them from when they first started through the present day in black and white throughout the hall. They could be the center pieces on the tables or hung on a wall in a collage. Another idea that incorporates thier life together would be to have different themes for different tables signifying different memories together, like a hawaiian themed table if they went there on thier honeymoon, and a table depicting where they first met, and so on.


It would be very special and unique, and if done tastifully, still come across as sophisticated.

By Jessie (Guest Post)
February 24, 20090 found this helpful

I could really use some help! My parents 25th is coming up in about a month & I have no idea what to do. The thing is they've been talking about getting a divorce for about 6 months now. Nothing final yet but, it looks like they will. I'm pretty sure it won't happen for at least another 6 months. So I don't know if I should go ahead & throw them an Anniversary party or not.

My Dad wants one but, he's always hated parties & Mom don't really want one & she's the one who likes parties somewhat. So any ideas on what I should do?

January 15, 20190 found this helpful

I would NOT under these circumstances give a 25th Anniversary party!!! Save your money and when they get divorced take your mom out for something special that she and you can enjoy together.


Invite her friends and have a happy girls day. As for your dad you could just plan a day doing something he and you can enjoy together. Keep it Simple.


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