According to an article in the New York Times by Peggy Post, director of the Emily Post Institute, guests at a second wedding who gave gifts at either the bride's or the groom's first wedding shouldn't be expected to bri... More » Holidays & Celebrations Weddings

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 » Holidays & Celebrations Weddings

Engagement party etiquette says that a gift is not necessary, but presents at these parties are becoming more common. The gift need not be expensive or elaborate; a token gift is sufficient, according to Emily Post. More » Holidays & Celebrations Weddings
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Proper etiquette for a second wedding is much the same as etiquette for a first wedding. Being respectful and polite is the most important rule of etiquette for a second wedding. More » Holidays & Celebrations Weddings

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