(Closed) Thank you gift- just to keep the peace?

posted 6 years ago in Gifts and Registries
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: December 2012

    Maybe you don’t give gifts publicly (like at rehearsal dinner) but in private where your family and his family arn’t together.  Give your parents a gift that expresses your gratitude for all they did to make your wedding happen and for being awesome parents and give your FI’s parents a gift that says, “Thank you for rasing the love of my life and being a part of our day.” 

    This is a tough one, as it also depends on the relationship your in-laws and parents have together.  Are they going to talk about their gifts to each other?  Maybe you even be blunt with your parents and let them know that you wanted to thank your fiances family for being the parents of your new husband but didn’t want to get them the same (or same in value) gift that you gave them due to your family’s huge contribution to the day.  Maybe if they know that, they won’t talk about what you got them in front of his family.

     

     

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