Asked by: Yuchen Vandroogenbroeckasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th March, 2020
Who do I get gifts for at my wedding?
Accordingly, do you get your parents a gift for your wedding?
Giving your parents a gift signifies your gratitude not only for their support in the wedding planning process but also in your life leading up to this moment. Whether or not they've made a financial contribution to the planning of your wedding or not, proper etiquette dictates you get them a gift.
One may also ask, how much do you give for a wedding gift if you are in the wedding? When you're giving money for a wedding gift and attending solo, etiquette says you should spend about $50 to $75. But you may want to also consider the couple you're celebrating. If it's a coworker, or someone you just catch up with from time to time, the lower end of the spectrum is appropriate.
Then, does the wedding party give a gift?
First of all, there's no rule that says wedding guests have to give a wedding gift—couples should never expect anything in the first place. This also goes for members of the wedding party. We rounded up the best gifts a maid of honor can give.
How much money should parents give for wedding gift?
Family members are projected to spend at least $127. Even if you aren't close to the couple, however, it's not very considerate to spend less than $50 on a gift. If you're a coworker or a distant friend, the minimum wedding gift amount you can get away with is $50 to $75.