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When giving cash as a wedding gift, wedding etiquette experts advise spending more on close family and friends, sticking within your budget and giving a physical gift in lieu of money if you can't afford more than $25. O... More »

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The appropriate amount of cash to give as a wedding present differs in various situations. If the recipients are acquaintances or distant friends, etiquette dictates that $75 to $100 is an appropriate gift. If the recipi... More »

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When giving money as a gift, general etiquette includes giving $100 to $200 per person as a wedding gift, giving between $15 and $50 for a high school graduation of a close friend or family member, and avoiding giving mo... More »

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As of 2014, the going rate for a wedding gift of cash is $150; however, if the bride or groom is a family member or close friend, guests may want to increase the cash gift if finances allow. A more extravagant and expens... More »

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An appropriate amount of money to give as a wedding gift is usually between $75 and $150 per person. The relationship a person has with a bride and groom is the major factor in deciding a suitable amount to give. More »

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When writing a wedding gift enclosure, address the couple directly and congratulate them on their wedding, then explain the intended meaning behind the gift. Adding a heartfelt message makes the gift more personal for th... More »

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The writing in a wedding gift card should acknowledge the couple in some way. The message may be a simple congratulations, or a thank you for the wedding invitation. Wording can be casual or formal, depending on the rela... More »

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