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Gabe 1 year ago
is this a common us thing?! a wishlist for the own wedding....very weird.
       
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Tine 1 year ago
Gabe, yes it is. And it's a good thing the way I see it. Especially for couples that are now starting a life together they make it easier for guest to buy gifts that they want/need. No point in buying a crock pot if one/both of them already have one, and for silverware, plates etc. it is a good way to add more to the set they may already be collecting. It is common to add things from a wide price range; not every guest will cough up $1000 for a wedding. However, the lowest value of your gift should ideally be above the (approximate) cost they will pay for having you as a guest (dinner and charge for venue etc) so that you actually contribute to them rather than costing them money as a guest. Individual abilities to actually do so applies of course.
       
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Jackie 1 year ago
You should really evaluate who you are marrying by how they act on the DAY of your wedding and make up your mind then.
       
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Obediah 1 year ago
Jackie,

In the end there will be the question starting with 'Will you...' The answer still could be a solid NO. Stuff for a comedy though...
       
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“My grandpa had a super rich uncle whose daughter was getting married. Solidly 1960’s middle class, the only thing my grandpa and grandma could afford to buy for them was a single fork for their silver service. So they bought them one fork. It’s become our big family joke now and my mom gave me a single silver fork for my wedding!”

 

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