The 60th wedding anniversary is known as the diamond anniversary. The anniversary got its name because of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, which also made the 60th wedding anniversary popular.
The word diamond is derived from a Greek word, "adamas." This term means enduring and unconquerable, which seems fitting for the 60th anniversary. The diamond features fire, which many believe symbolizes a constant flame for love.
As the diamond anniversary, the diamond is the recommended gift for both the husband and the wife. The color of the 60th anniversary is diamond white.
Unlike other anniversary years, the 60th anniversary does not have a flower associated with it. People often put together an array of white flowers to represent the diamond anniversary.