Celebrate your 10th wedding anniversary with a party to honor all you have been through together. Consider a specific theme for your event and let that guide your party planning.
Tin and aluminum are 10th wedding anniversary symbols. They represent how a solid marriage requires flexibility to stand the test of time. Incorporate these materials into decorations such as tin or aluminum wall scones. Make luminaries out of aluminum cans, or consider asking guests to bring tinned goods for donation. As party favors, send guests away with tins of mints or candies. Daffodils are the traditional 10th anniversary flower, so consider decorating with the bright yellow arrangements. If they're not in season, substitute silk daffodils from a craft store.
Think back a decade to what was happening in your life and popular culture when you got married. Decorate the walls with pictures of your younger selves as well as celebrities and athletes in the limelight that year. Ask guests to wear fashion of the time and play the best-hit songs. Host a trivia contest about television shows or news of the day.
Go on a second honeymoon, and this time bring along friends and family. Did you go to the beach or mountains? Wine tasting or snorkeling? Look at honeymoon photos and decorate with symbols reminiscent of your first vacation as husband and wife. Serve a special regional dish or drink from that destination.
Incorporate the number "10" into your party. Decorate your event with 10 bunches of balloons, serve 10 kinds of snacks, make a cake or ice cubes in the shape of the number 10. In front of guests, tell your spouse 10 things you love about him.