How will Cloverdale's Steven and Cassandra Best mark their sixth wedding anniversary?
Steven might start - let's say - by spinning his wife's head around 360 degrees, squeezing her into a small box, and pushing stainless steel, razor-sharp spikes through her.
Provided Cassandra survives such an ordeal, most would recommend she run for the hills and never look back - filing for a divorce from some secret hideaway for fear of ever being found by Steven again.
As for the rest of the civilized society, if they're celebrating a special occasion such as an anniversary, they might go out for a special dinner and take in a show - say like the ones offered at Cascades Casino.
Well, here's a chance to combine both worlds. Cascades is hosting Las Vegas headliners Steven and Cassandra Best and their Superstars of Magic show later this month, and the local couple promise to serve up the aforementioned illusions and more.
Even with invitations coming in to perform around the world, including Europe, China, back in the U.S., and in an upcoming reality television show, the couple are psyched to be performing here at home on Oct. 26.
Steven's fascination with magic took root at the age of five, when he received a magic set for Christmas. Since then, he said, he's been "hooked."
He started performing professionally at age 15, and auditioned for a magic assistant when he was 18. Cassandra was one of the applicants, and he "hired her on the spot. The rest is history," he shared.
They've been performing together now for 10 years, and were married in 2006 before moving to Vegas to perform at corporate events and private functions.
Making such a splash in Nevada, they were offered their own showroom at the Las Vegas Club Casino in 2009. Two shows a night, six nights a week. That earned them the distinction of being the youngest magic duo to ever headline in Vegas at the age of 25.
When they completed that four-year contract - and in part because of strong interest from Canadian casinos wanting them to perform their Vegas show north of the 49th Parallel - the couple moved home to the Lower Mainland and gave birth to a new chapter in their lives, along with a bouncing baby boy named Evan.
They still have a home in Vegas, and perform there at least two times a month for Fortune 500 companies and special events, and are negotiating a series of offers that could take them around the globe.
But, what can the local audience expect when the Bests - both only 28 years old - perform on their hometown stage next week?
"We are one of the only Canadian magicians to have performed over 1,000 shows in our own showroom in Las Vegas. You will truly experience a real Vegas-style Illusion spectacular," Steven said. "From the moment [we] step onto the stage, you become a part of an unbelievable magic experience that will leave you mystified and thoroughly entertained."
The show runs Friday, Oct. 26, 8 p.m. at Cascades, 20393 Fraser Hwy. Tickets are $27.50 from casino guest services or at www.ticketweb.ca.
Superstars of Magic is their Vegas show that garnered high praise from audiences and celebrities alike, receiving a nomination for Magicians Of The Year by Las Vegas Review Journal's BEST OF and appearing on the NHL Awards with Rick Harrison from the hit TV show Pawn Stars.
Called "the champagne of magicians" by Robin Leach, he said this is the must-see show of the year.
Holly Madison, star of the Peep Show at Planet Hollywood, Girls Next Door, and Dancing with the Stars rates Superstars of Magic as her favourite Vegas show.
Pop culture icon and comedian Carrot Top said, "That was the best trick I've ever seen!"
Criss Angel of Mind Freak and Nathan Burton from America's Got Talent have also frequented the show.
Now, after what Steven calls "astounding audiences on and off the strip," they are bringing this "larger-than-life-show" of magic, music, comedy and grand illusion to Canada.