For plenty of couples out there, there’s a whole different level of stress when it comes to figuring out plans to celebrate wedding anniversaries. And that’s even if you didn’t forget that it was coming up soon!
So, whether your first, fifth, tenth, or twentieth wedding anniversary is coming up (by the way — happy early anniversary!), you may be scrounging for things to do to surprise your honey.
Now, you can come up with the age old plans that are too overdone and shout nothing more than your regular weekly date night.
You know the one – where you head out to dinner at the same restaurant you always go to throughout the year, special occasion or not. And then you eat too much, feel too drowsy, and head home for an early night in. Or if you’re feeling really wild, maybe you plan to go out to a movie (although, with Covid, that’s kinda out the window right now).
But, for your wedding anniversary this year, you can plan for something truly special and exciting for you and your loved one! We understand that coming up with something unforgettable can be a daunting task. So all you have to do is figure out what you’re going to do for dinner for the evening.
We’ve got the perfect wedding anniversary idea that speaks “volumes” for you and your partner.
Imagine listening to live music at a candlelit concert for your special night
Picture this – you’re sitting under the stars or in a breathtaking venue with you and your partner. Hundreds of flickering, flameless candles fill the space and provide a beautiful, romantic ambience.
You’re both dressed up, which is something you never get to do. But who doesn’t love dressing to the nines for a night out every once in a while? Wear that gorgeous long dress that’s been hanging in your closet waiting for something exactly like this!
And all around you? The sound of beautiful classical music performed by a string quartet. Everything from Vivaldi, to Beethoven, to Chopin, Mozart, and even Frank Sinatra fill the area around you for nothing short of an extremely romantic event.
That’s the beauty of a candlelit concert!
An affordable, unforgettable wedding anniversary idea
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate your wedding anniversary that’s not going to cost you an arm and a leg, this is perfect.
You’ll still be able to have an incredible experience with your loved one all while not weighing down your wallet. Tickets to candlelit concerts across the country are no more than $50 per person, with plenty costing only $20 per person. Grab dinner beforehand, and then settle into a night of beautiful stringed music from the greatest composers of all time.
A socially distanced wedding anniversary idea
We understand the restrictions of venues thanks to coronavirus, and of course, every state has its own regulations.
The great thing about candlelit concerts? No need to worry about having to spend your romantic evening in a cramped and crowded venue hall. Whether your candlelit concert is being held outdoors under the stars or indoors in a romantic atmosphere, there is plenty of room for social distancing in every venue.
You and your partner will be able to enjoy the music from a distance from all of the other attending couples. You’ll be able to have a romantic and completely socially distanced evening to celebrate your wedding anniversary.
In all of the indoor venues, sound travels extremely well, so you won’t have to worry about not being able to hear the gorgeous music, even with everyone being spread out.
If you attend an open air candlelit concert, there’ll be plenty of speakers placed throughout the seating area, too. So no need to worry about not hearing the music at an outdoor location, either! You’ll be able to sit anywhere in the venue and hear the stringed instruments as if they were sitting right next to you.
Make this a wedding anniversary neither of you will forget!
These unforgettable candlelit concerts are popping up all over the country! In fact, here’s a quick list of the cities and states where candlelit concerts are performing:
Charlotte, North Carolina
Los Angeles, California
New York City, New York
So, if you’re still looking for wedding anniversary date ideas, give this one some thought.
Take the time to get dressed up together, and head out for a nice dinner date at your favorite restaurant. Or even try one you’ve never been to before, especially if you’re driving into the city.
Afterwards, head on over to your concert venue and settle in for an extremely romantic concert filled with a beautiful ambience and even more beautiful music.