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If bride and groom are not registered and would like monetary gifts how should it be worded on invitation
groom and bridge coming together both have their own homes therefore they do not need to register, would like monetary gifts. How should we present on wedding invitations

Married: 08/29/2009
Posted On: Apr 9, 2009 at 1:41 PM | Add to My Watchlist | Flag As Inappropriate

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Married: 09/04/2010
Apr 09, 2009 at 1:59 PM • Flag As Inappropriate
You never put anything about registry or money on invitations. The best way to get this out is word of mouth or do a honeymoon registry

Married: 05/15/2009
Reviews: 7
Apr 09, 2009 at 2:19 PM • Flag As Inappropriate info of any kind NEVER goes anywhere near the invite. That would imply that the invite comes with the obligation of bringing a gift. is a great way to register for cash or Then you can put registry info on your website or spread through word of mouth. People will usually ASK you or a family member where you're registered. They could direct them to these online cash registries or just tell them you prefer cash

Married: 09/12/2009
Reviews: 6
Apr 13, 2009 at 11:57 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
I would never put anything on my invites about my registry... These things are normally spread through word of mouth or through inserts with the bridal party invites...
I think it would be totally tacky if I received an invite that said that the couple only wanted monetary contributions...

I am not really sure how you let people know that... maybe just dont say anything????

Married: 09/23/2006
Reviews: 5
Apr 14, 2009 at 12:23 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
You should never put anything about your registry or gifts in your invitations. It's beyond tacky. I'm personally offended if someone has the bad manners to say they'd rather have money. If someone sent me an invitation that said that, I think I'd opt not to get them a gift at all. Think about where you'd be spending that money and figure out some gifts you could ask for. You could always ask for a gift card to a store you frequently shop.

Married: 10/10/2009
Apr 14, 2009 at 11:07 PM • Flag As Inappropriate
I agree with the other ladies. This day & age it's more "acceptable" to put the "couple is registered at..." cards & word monetary &/or gift cards prefered... it is tacky. What would you think if you got a wedding invitation that said "Come to our wedding and give us money!"
In essence it's exactly that. You can tell your close friends/family & they can spread the word *if asked*... but that is my personal opinion. Sadly, etiquette has gone out the window with very much these days.

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