Published at Saturday, January 27th, 2018 - 23:32:09 PM. . By Pamela Dennis.
Presently, many families may graciously split the cost of the intended wedding three ways. Thus, having the brides family pay one third, the grooms family paying one third and the bride and groom joining together to split the last third. This also provides an avenue of having the pick of one-third the whole total of guests invited to the wedding. On the other hand, there are many couples who provide for the complete wedding by creating their own savings and spending budgets.
If you are not sure what the bride and groom need for their new home, it is okay to ask the brides parents or the grooms parents, or other close family members for advice. You can give a monetary gift for the wedding shower if you feel that this is a more appropriate gift for the couple. Often, a monetary gift will be one of the most appreciated gifts given at any time simply because of the sheer cost of the wedding itself.
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