No Gifts Please on Invitation?


When an invitation says no gifts please, do not bring gifts.If you feel like you would like to honor the person in some way, you may make a donation to a charity on their behalf.
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Unfortunately, etiquette experts such as Miss Manners and the Emily Post Institute agree: "No Gifts, Please" should not be included anywhere on the invitation. The general
When an invitation requests no gifts then you do not bring a gift, but, if you like you could bring a card depending on what the occasion is for.
1. Write it on the invitation. On the invitation politely put "no gifts please" or " presents aren't being brought" or whatever you feel is appropriate. 2. Back
Well, since no one is discerning, I guess the only other criteria is price/value. So I think you're looking for wines that aren't seriously flawed that are relatively low in price.
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