How to Ask for a Monetary Gift in a Graduation Invitation?

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It may be considered impolite to ask for things in invitations, but it isn't impossible. You can ask tactfully for the things you need. If money is your goal, state at the bottom that monetary contributions going toward your future would be appreciated.
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1. Compose the correct wording in advance. Write out exactly what you want your graduation or graduation party invitation to say before you print or order the invitations. Sleeping
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It's socially tacky to request money or gift cards. Gifts are meant to be gestures of kindness from the giver, and not made in response to a request for specific things. There is
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Monetary gifts are welcome!
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Hi Janie, It is a severe breach of wedding etiquette to mention anything at all about gifts in the invitation. The way this information is usually spread is via word-of-mouth, primarily
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