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[OT] Q: wedding reception etiquette

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by trainerKEN, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. trainerKEN

    trainerKEN iS VIP iS VIP

    okay, I gotta a quick question regarding wedding reception etiquettes... anyway, the scenario is, she's a coworker and a good friend... like a sister, if you will... It was her 2nd marriage... and his too, they are both a "older". In May, they got married, they did the courthouse thing... nothing fancy, probably a very private dinner with immediate family after... then they were off on their honeymoon... I got them a gift card to Macy's.

    I guess they are now, having the official reception... and she just invited me... it's this Saturday.

    Here's the question... do I have to get them something else? I hate showing up empty handed... but I already got them something...

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  2. gto

    gto Track Ready Moderator

    Los Angeles, CA
    05 FX35 RWD
    I would say no cuz you already got the gift, but that all depends on the Macy's card.
    How much was the card worth?
  3. Chedman13

    Chedman13 iS VIP iS VIP

    2014 Mercedes-Benz GL63 4Matic
    I'd bring something just as a gesture, but nothing of value. Whether it's a card with just a message or a bottle of wine (my gift of choice in these scenarios is a moscato).
  4. Well, is the reception considered a formal event? y dont u ask someone else that will be attending the reception. Most likely you do not need to get them anything else, or u can juss bring an empty box with a bit of weight in it, but write ur name on it... yea. hope that helps... lol :LOL:
  5. OP

    trainerKEN iS VIP iS VIP

    It's not formal or anything. She said no jeans which is her subtle way of saying casual/dressy.

    I think the bottle of wine sounds like a great idea... Plus, it just looks classier walking in holding a bottle with my Hugo Boss :biggrin:

    thanks guys!
  6. brown_fv

    brown_fv Premium Member Premium

    sounds like a great idea. have a good time.