If the parents extend a wedding invitation and you have no address for the bride should you send the gift to the home of the parents?
If was not done by a formal invitation, in print and sent through the mail, you are not obligated to send anything at all. Usually, the return address will be on the reply envelop so you could send something if you choose to. When a oral invitation to a wedding is given its usually an after thought and I find it highly insulting, sometimes people do that to fish for a gift. IF you do choose to send a gift, the proper thing would be is to find out from the parents where the daughter will be residing after getting married and send the gift there because you dont send a gift before a wedding, its after you know that the wedding actually occurred and curiously, have you been invited to the bridal shower as well? That too should tell you of their considerations for you.
In a traditional wedding where the Bride's parents, pay for the wedding, certainly. Cash or checque in the amount that you can afford, along with a small extra gift of a personal nature for the new couple's home together. DON'T over-extend yourself, as your bridal couple and parents should have some awareness of each other's financial condition.
* It depends entirely on how much money the person has that is buying the wedding ring. You can spend as little as $150 to $300 for a wedding band or the sky is the limit. It is wise that you don't over extend your finances and be paying for the wedding ring for years to come. Often the engagement and wedding ring go together or you can buy them singularly.
Click on start button and type in "System", choose the one which is labeled in the image below. Choose "Remote Settings" in tasks list on the left. Check "Allow Remote Assistance connections to this computer" box, and you can click on "Advanced". Now you can extend the time of invitations in Vista Remote Assistance by resetting the number in box.