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Simply Unique! Gifts for Newlyweds and Wedding Gift Etiquette Guide








Wedding gifts are a beautiful way to show love and support for the newlyweds on their special day. But with so many options to choose from and so many rules to follow, it can be overwhelming to know what to buy, when to buy it, and when to give it. Here's a guide to help you navigate the world of wedding gifts and ensure you follow proper etiquette.

When to buy wedding gifts?


It's best to purchase the gift before the wedding day, as the couple will likely be busy and may not have time to open and enjoy the gift on their special day. You can also opt to give the gift at the reception or during the wedding ceremony, but it's important to check with the couple or the wedding planner beforehand to ensure it's allowed.

How much to spend on a wedding gift?


The traditional rule is to spend the equivalent of one plate at the wedding, but this can vary depending on your relationship with the couple and your budget. It's important to remember that the gift is a symbol of your love and support, not the amount of money spent.


When to give the gift?


If you're attending the wedding ceremony and reception, it's customary to bring the gift with you. If you're unable to attend the wedding, you can send the gift directly to the couple's home or to the wedding planner. You can also opt to give the gift at a different time, such as

a post-wedding celebration or a housewarming party.

Wedding gift etiquette also includes the following:


  • Always check the couple's registry to ensure you're getting them something they want and need.