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How do you let people know what wedding gifts you want?

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2005-10-20 18:09:26
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"Asking" for gifts in regards to your wedding can be a tricky, but maneuverable situation. First of all, you should never, ever mention gifts or anything related to them on your invitations. That's the biggest no-no. Most wedding-goers will balk at the idea that you expect gifts. In smaller towns, stores might publish in the local newspaper a list of names of couples who've registered for their wedding. That's one great way to get the word out. However, with the advent of the internet, many larger stores have registry lists online, making it even easier for your guests to get you just the right thing. As always, the best way to get the word out as to where you've registered or what you need in terms of household starters is by using good, old-fashioned word-of-mouth. Enlist the help of your close family and friends to be the ones to mention where gift-shoppers can go to get you just what you want for your wedding.

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Now that the wedding is called off and if you received 'gag gifts' it is not necessary to return those gifts, but if you were given gifts such as a watch or something else then you should give the gifts back to the people who gave them to you (most of your friends would probably want you to keep the gifts anyway.)


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Wrong? I think most people would say no. Generally speaking, your wedding can be anything you want it to be.


I don't think you should if you weren't invited to the wedding. In polite society, gifts are NOT to be expected. If you want to send a gift it is up to you whether you get an invitation or not.


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