Collection: Wedding Collection

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Frequently Asked Questions About Wedding Collection

What is a traditional wedding gift?

Traditional wedding gifts often include household items useful for setting up a new home, like kitchen appliances, bedding, towels, or dinnerware. However, consider the couple's preferences and registered gift choices as modern couples often have diverse tastes.

What is the average amount to spend on a wedding gift?

The average amount spent varies based on finances and the relationship. Spend what feels comfortable, but a range of $50 to $150 is common.

Is cash an acceptable wedding gift?

Cash is widely accepted, offering flexibility for the couple's needs, whether for their honeymoon or savings.

What if I can't afford something on the couple's registry?

Choose a smaller item or a thoughtful, budget-friendly gift – sentiment matters most.

Is it appropriate to give a gift not on the registry?

It is okay to give a gift not on the registry, especially if you have a unique, personalized idea the couple will appreciate.

What is the etiquette for giving wedding gifts?

Send or bring the gift to the designated location within a reasonable timeframe, include a card or note, and follow any specific instructions or cultural considerations.

Is it okay to give a group wedding gift?

It's acceptable, especially for more expensive gifts. Coordinate with contributors to avoid duplication.

Can I send a gift if I can't attend the wedding?

Sending a gift to the couple's home or beforehand is thoughtful, with a note expressing well-wishes.

How long after the wedding can I give a gift?

Ideally within a few months, but there's no strict time limit to give a wedding gift.

Is it necessary to bring a gift to the wedding?

While customary, it's not necessary; you can send it directly to the couple's home before or after the wedding for convenience.