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Don’t Forget Your Anniversary This Year: Sweep Her Off Her Feet With an NYC Wedding Limo

July 29, 2012

“Honey, what do you want to do for our Anniversary tonight?” Panic. A cold sweat breaks out. You’ve forgotten your anniversary, and now you’re empty-handed and left with a severe lack of ideas. Your special lady smiles at you expectantly. You kiss her on the forehead and tell her that you don’t want to ruin the surprise you have planned for later. Now that you’ve bought yourself some time, you need to come up with something quick. Here’s your plan of attack:

1. Reserve a NYC Wedding Limo
your first step is to lock down your transportation for the evening. The two of you can indulge in sparkling champagne and aperitifs while cuddling up on plush leather seats. You can turn on the mood lights and play music on the top of the line soundsystem to make things more intimate. For bonus points bring an old black-and-white movie to add that extra-romantic touch. Now that you have your limo reserved, you always have a back up plan of just having a picnic and limo ride for a simple, romantic Anniversary evening.

2. Create a Plan
Next, reserve seats at a play, movie, or concert that caters to her interests. Go to a wine bar, or even a wine tour. Many New York limo services offer comprehensive wine tours with designated drivers and a fun, exciting itinerary. Reserve seats at a restaurant, or create an easy and delicious picnic you can bring with you. It doesn’t matter what you do so long as you have some form of a plan.

3. Build Her Anticipation and Set The Scene
Send her a text or email during the day to let her know how excited you are about celebrating your anniversary tonight. This will help build her anticipation, so that when the night finally arrives, she’ll be so excited she can barely stand it. Before you make your grand entrance in your limo, clean yourself up, wear your best suit, and make sure you smell nice.

By following these tips, you’re guaranteed an incredible, albeit last-minute, anniversary that both of you will remember for decades to come.

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