Blake Lively Spills What She's Getting Ryan Reynolds For Their Anniversary

Blake Lively just launched a lifestyle website, Preserve, with tons of gift ideas.

However, for her most personal gifts, including presents for her husband, Ryan Reynolds, she goes a more sentimental route.

""Normally, we make something for each other," Lively told E! when asked what she'll give him for their anniversary next month. "Because that's something that lasts and isn't something you just found and bought in a store."

Lively, 26, and Reynolds, 37, were married in 2012 after being linked for several months. The actress gushed that her husband has since become her "partner in everything."

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"He's incredibly involved [with Preserve]," she said. "We're involved in everything that the other does. But he's influenced my taste so much on things like home design, things that I never loved before I now love because of him."

He also helps her make decisions for the website. In fact, Lively said, "there is nothing that goes through that I don't run by him."

"On the site, when I'm doing photo kills I'll say, 'What photos do you think? This one or do you think that one?' And I love that he challenges me. He's someone that I trust when he challenges me," she said. "That's nice."

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