No Gifts Please Invitation Wording
- Gift us only with the honor of your presence.
- Your presence is the best gift we can hope to receive.
- Please, no gifts.
- No presents please, just your presence.
- Please bring only your company and your appetite.
- Your presence at the celebration is enough of a present.
- Your presence is the only present desired.
Is it rude to ask for no gifts?
“No gifts, please.” “Only the presence of your company is requested.” So if no gifts are expected at your party, it’s pretty much necessary to say so. And if you are the recipient of an invitation asking you not to bring a gift, it’s polite to honor the wishes of the host.
Is it OK to say no gifts please?
But in light of the current gifts-for-every craze, it’s a courtesy to inform guests when presents are not expected. The etiquette is to write “No gifts, please” at the bottom of the invitation – or to tell invitees when inviting them in person or by phone.
How do you ask for money instead of gifts?
How to Ask for Money Instead of Gifts for a Wedding
- Use a Cash Registry Website.
- Never Ask for Cash on Your Wedding Invitation.
- Be Specific About How You’ll Use the Cash.
- Ask Your Parents and Wedding Party to Spread the Word.
- Set up a Traditional Registry.
- Set Out a Box for Cards at the Reception.
- Ideally, Checks Should Be Made Out to Both Of You.
How do you say no gifts on a wedding invitation?
Use the Invitation
You can be simple and direct by saying “No Gifts, Please” or you can add something a little cuter like “Your presence is your present.” We suggest placing this copy in the lower right or left corner of your invitation so it doesn’t interfere with your wedding wording but is still noticeable.