Post # 1
My mom’s best friend (who is like a 2nd mom to me) is hosting my bridesmaids luncheon 2 months before my wedding. My bridal party, along with my mom, FH’s mom, my grandma, and FSILs will be there.
I am planning on taking this time to present my bridal party with their gifts of appreciation. I may also give the mom’s their gifts here too as well as the friend who is hosting this for me. That only leaves my grandma and FSILs left. Do I give them gifts too? If so, then what? My FSILs hosted our engagement party and my grandma gives her support but she is pretty limited.
I could use some ideas! Thanks!
Post # 3
In weddings and bridesmaid luncheons here, it is perfectly fine to give gifts only to the bridesmaids and flower girl(s), if you have them.
It is also customary to give a hostess gift to whomever is hosting your luncheon (or any bridal fete).
Other attendees should have no expectation of receiving a gift and should merely enjoy the luncheon and the day.
Never heard of giving mom’s gifts related to a wedding, but as a mom, of course I would be all for that.
Post # 4
I would consider giving the “mom gifts” at the rehearsal dinner or the wedding day instead. That way, on the off chance that Future Sister-In-Law or other attendees feel a little left out of all the gift-giving, your BMs will clearly be the focus… after all, it’s a bridesmaids‘ luncheon, lol! Give all of the attention to your special ladies and leave the other stuff for another day.