Post # 1
My father is getting married to another woman (who I don’t really care for, but respect his decision) this may. What is an appropraite gift to give to your father for his new marriage? I feel as though money is inappropriate (especially since he has recently contributed to my wedding for May 2014 and it would just feel like I was giving money back). They are both established, and don’t need anything in particular. Any suggestions would be helpful.
Post # 3
@burlapisnotsoft: I was going to say a picture of your middle finger but since youre ok with it =0p
Perhaps his and hers lockets? With a picture of them as a couple and a picture of you (and any sibling you have). then shell feel accepted?
Post # 4
That’s a tough question. Frankly, I think your joyful presence at their wedding is a huge gift.
I am marrying a man with grown children and I would not expect gifts from them. It seems awkward to me. Perhaps a gift certificate to a restaurant they might enjoy?
Post # 5
Maybe a framed picture of them? Or where they got engaged?
Post # 6
I would not give a gift in this situation, just attend. And if you want to show good faith, maybe a little gift for her to wear at the wedding?
Post # 7
Maybe a gift certificate to a nice restaurant?
Post # 8
As I don’t have photo’s of them together, I think a gift certificate to a restaraunt is a great idea! Something they can ues together, and more of a good gesture. Thank you for the ideas!