Post # 1
Ok, I know technically you are not supposed to put this on the invitation, but if I put this on a separate little card that I put in the envelope with the invitation, is that ok? My son is turning 1 at the end of the month and between 2 excited grandmas (he’s the first gandchild on either side), a mother who loves online shopping, and lots of other generous friends and family members, he does not need or want anything (and our condo is already bursting at the seams!). I would love to invite all of our friends and family, but we do NOT need any gifts!! Is this ok to do?
Post # 3
I think it’s perfectly fine to put no gifts on a birthday party invitation! At least, I wouldn’t be offended. If you were putting something like “cash only” or “Xbox one only” then I’d say no. But requests for charitable donations and/or no gifts at a bday party is a-okay!
Post # 4
I think it is totally fine!
Post # 5
We didn’t want gifts for our engagement party so my mom added “No gifts other than your presence required.” We still ended up getting some things…I think some people just like to give gifts!
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
Usually people put, “best wishes only” to let people know not to bring gifts. It’s totally fine to include that on an invitation (: