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Anybody got some good wedding gift ideas?
I suck at life at this sort of thing.
Feed me to the wolves, and I will return leader of the pack. #FreeDA
What's the top amount of cash you'd like to spend?
Probably put a limit of around $200. The biggest problem is the fact that the wedding is in 2 weeks.
Holy mother of God. This ought to be a very good friend getting married. Do they have an online registry? Great place to start.
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Do you know where the couple is registered?
If so, there will be a list of items that the couple picked out that they would like to have. I always prefer to get them something that they will use every day such as silverware or basically anything in the kitchen. They'll likely use that stuff for over a decade and young couples are always short on kitchen items.
I'd prefer the Yeti but any one will do. I thought it said on the invite that Scheels Gift Certificates were accepted.
It's some very good friends of mine. I'm actually in the wedding. I have no idea about a registry. This is where I should of planned earlier, got a girlfriend for like a month, and then let her deal with all this.
A bottle of Captain Morgan and they would probably be happy.
I'm not sure where they are registered. I kinda want something a little out of the norm for a wedding gift. I probably should of started this a few weeks ago.
If you are looking for something special then that would likely come down to you and your relationship with the couple.
However, I learned a long time ago that unique gifts may seem unique to you, but maybe not so unique to the person getting the gift.
I would definitely take a look at the registry. You will probably find something unique on the list. I've seen registries of over 1,000 items. They will likely be registered at a couple of places like Dillards, Target, Von Maur, etc..
Give them $200 dollars, cash is the best.
Avoid the embarrassment of asking the couple (and revealing that you've waited to get the gift) and ask someone you know WOULD be informed on something like this. Haha. Then take a look at it.
Skerz is right -- Unique is great and all, but functionality will suit them far better.
Cash is perfectly acceptable here. I'd rather buy a gift, but if you don't know the registries it could be tough.
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Ive learned never give cash to a girl your dating, that was an arguement for a few days
This post was edited by RealChadSchultz 12 months ago
perhaps... but i don't think he's getting a wedding gift for his girlfriend
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Wire me the cash and I will find them a wonderful gift
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