wedding gift

An invitation to a wedding is not a quid pro quo situation: just because you invited someone does not mean they owe you a gift. Nonetheless, when no wedding gift is received from a guest, it’s an awkward (not to mention hurtful) situation.

Giving a wedding gift is the right thing to do, it’s in good form, and the vast majority of wedding guests will give a gift — but some won’t. Here’s exactly how to deal with wedding guests who failed to give a gift.Month 1: Wait It OutWedding gifts will continue to trickle in after the wedding, especially within the first month. Beyond that, it’s unlikely but it is possible (after all, tradition has long held that wedding guests have up to a year to give you a gift).

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