From Harper's Bazaar: 'A 10th wedding anniversary gift is, traditionally, made of tin or aluminum. Tin was traditionally used to store and preserve things, so honoring a decade of love with the material has long been apropos. Because tin and aluminum won't rust and keep their shine over time, the materials are also a symbol of resiliency and strength. Their durability and pliability also pay tribute to the flexibility a long-lasting commitment requires.'
From Brides: 'Every year of marriage is worth celebrating, but especially when you’ve been going a decade strong. Traditionally, tin or aluminum is meant to commemorate the 10th wedding anniversary. Known for their resilience and inability to rust, they symbolize the durability of your marriage.'
From us: Celebrating your tenth anniversary with an heirloom piece of silver and light in the traditional tintype photographic process will melt any heart! Let us help honor your special tenth anniversary moment! Our tintypes are the best tenth anniversary gift you will find to honor the time and commitment the date celebrates.