For closer friends and family, you may want to consider going to $200, or higher if you can afford it.
For others, $100 to $150 is more than okay as a wedding gift amount.
Do bride’s parents give a wedding gift?
Traditionally, the bride’s parents paid for most of the wedding expenses, including the stationery, the wedding gown, the ceremony, the photographer and the reception. Since the wedding itself is almost a gift to the couple, some brides and their parents may wonder if an additional gift is also required.
Do wedding guests pay for their own hotel?
Traditionally, wedding guests pay for their own hotel rooms. In fact, just about 99% of all couples that have blocked hotel rooms through us have had guests pay for their own rooms. While it would be a nice gesture for a couple to offer to pay for everyone’s hotel rooms, it is not expected of anyone.
What should the mother of the groom pay for?
Don’t forget to bring a gift! Traditionally, the groom’s family pays for the engagement and wedding rings, the rehearsal dinner, the groom’s tux, the bride’s bouquet and boutonnieres for the groomsmen, plus transportation to and from the ceremony/reception.
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