What Is the Going Rate for a Cash Wedding Gift?

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Etiquette dictates that if you are attending the wedding of a close friend or family, an acceptable range for a cash gift would be anything between £50 and £100. £25 to £50 would be fine if you are not attending the wedding. However, you shouldn't feel pressured to give a large amount of money if you don't have it; set aside a nice amount which you can give with a smile.
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1. Set up a wishing well at the shower, a nicely-decorated cardboard container into which guests can easily and discreetly drop cash or checks. Make sure that the slot or opening
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There is no national rate for a cash wedding gift. However,
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Unacceptable. If your cultural heritage [ i.e. Greek, Mexican, Italian , etc ] includes a dance where the gentlemen pin money to the Brides gown , fine , but to simply ask outright
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It depends on how close you are to the bride or groom and what part of the country you live in .you can just give Whatever you can afford and are comfortable with.
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