Send us information emails without editorializing events.
I just received an email announcing that I am "invited to discover" my 2nd great-grandmother's wedding anniversary, complete with exclamation points, a "You're Invited!" banner, and a pink bouquet image.
I don't really care for this feature. For one thing, you treat the occasion as if the ancestor is still alive (with the "invitation" and the "wedding bouquet" photo). She died in 1846! For another, my ancestor, Elizabeth Enlow Hart, needs to be celebrated for her birth--and relatively short life--but you may be presuming happiness in certain events that just isn't there, especially for descendants. My second great-grandmother may have been happy on her wedding day, but she was 21, had three children in the next five years, and died at the age of 26. After that, her husband married her sister, and they sent Elizabeth's three children to to be raised by Elizabeth's parents. Her beloved husband then had more children and three--or four--more marriages before dying in jail with dementia.
I don't think I'll be celebrating her wedding anniversary... Could you just give us the appropriate date for the event without editorializing?