Post # 1
My mother invited a family friends son and his FI to our wedding (I didn’t neccesarily agree with the invite because we aren’t too close). They came to our wedding and generously gave us a wedding gift. Well they got married a week after us while we were on our honeymoon, we didn’t receive an invite and my parents were not invited.
Should I send them a gift? And if so should I buy them something or basically give them back the money they gave us?
Post # 3
No. You didn’t get an invite, so you don’t have to get them a gift. A thank you card for the gift that they gave you is all.
Post # 4
If you don’t feel close to them and you weren’t invited to the wedding.. you are under no obligation to send a gift.
Post # 5
Ok, I wasn’t sure. I didn’t want it to be awkward when I so see them.
Post # 6
No invite=no gift obligation. Since they gave you something nice, you could send them something off their registry or a restaurant gift card. Thoughtful since your weddings are close together, but not necessary.
Post # 7
You aren’t required to send them anything except a thank you card for the gift they sent to you; however, if it were me, I would feel guilty not sending them a gift, so I would either send them a gift card with a nice card or something off of their registry.