By Pamela Dennis. Wedding Gift. Published at Saturday, January 27th, 2018 - 23:32:09 PM.
From The Other Point Of View - If you are the bride or the groom, you too have gifts to give out to those that are in your wedding party. It is customary for these gifts to be given, but what you give is really up to you and your budget. Wedding gifts are a sign of thank you, of welcome to our new life and of a significant start to the new life that you will be leading together.
Wedding Roles! Traditionally when the first time a bride and groom marry, each family has certain identifiable wedding expenses that they each pay for. Although modern day weddings many couples pay for everything, and sometimes the expenses of a wedding split three ways. Actually, it is a matter of choice and budget concerning all.
Each attending family or individual shall provide their chosen wedding gift for the newlyweds, at the wedding of the parties. As all others, presence shall provide their own traveling expenses and dressings for attending the wedding and reception. Members of the wedding party shall share in the cost of the bridal shower and bachelors party correspondingly with the exception of children, as they are also not responsible for party gifts however if their parents should care to bring one gift, this is acceptable. However, the adult members of the wedding party shall bring both a shower gift and a wedding gift for the wedding couple.
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