- Sep 5, 2008
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I think you should just print this thread, put it in a nice card, and tell them that you heard that it's the thought that counts.
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Bumping this 'cause I have a similar question and don't really feel like it needs a new thread.
I'm in the wedding party for a wedding this weekend and am wondering what to spend. The wedding is in the Shenendoah Valley (ie, not a baller part of the country). A lot of their friends are fairly low earners working in restaurants, etc. The wedding itself is pretty cheap.
[COLOR=FF00AA]I'm wavering between $75-100.[/COLOR] I feel like $100 may be double what others are giving and I would feel tacky by comparison. I do have a date but she is also friends with them so it's not really a true +1 as she would have been invited anyway. Thoughts?
I know this doesn't sound like much to the NYC crowd but ya know, we're a bunch of yokels down here.
This is the answer to the entire thread.Just give what you can and don't stress it.