How to Word a Plaque for a 30th Anniversary

Thirty years is a long time to commit to anything let alone something like a job, a marriage, or some other type of relationship.
If you're getting someone a plaque to commemorate their 30th anniversary, the wording on the plaque should be considered very specifically to best take advantage of this momentous occasion. The wording you use will be based on the type of anniversary in question.

Step 1

Write a short phrase describing what the 30th anniversary plaque is for. For example, if you are commemorating an employee's 30th anniversary with a company, you could write something like "For 30 Years of Service." If the plaque is for a wedding anniversary you could write something like "For 30 Years of Magic" or "For 30 Years of Love."

Step 2

Write the name or names of the people involved with the anniversary. For a work-related anniversary, you could include the name of the employee and the name of the company. For a wedding related anniversary, you could include the name of the husband and wife, or "Mr. and Mrs. [Last Name]."

Step 3

Include the anniversary date on the plaque. You can include the actual date of the anniversary in "Day, Month, Year" format or just the year of the anniversary depending on your preferences.

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Stephen Lilley is a freelance writer who hopes to one day make a career writing for film and television. His articles have appeared on a variety of websites. Lilley holds a Bachelor of Arts in film and video production from the University of Toledo in Ohio.