Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The 411 on Gift Delivery

While continuing to procrastinate I found the following info about Wedding Gift Etiquite from Emily Post.

"... Generally, wedding gifts should be delivered to the bride's home or to the home of her parents before the wedding, addressed to the bride. When gifts are sent after the wedding, they are sent to the couple at their new address. When a couple is living together before the wedding, gifts are either sent to them at their home address or to the bride's parents if they are hosting the wedding. In some areas and cultures, it is customary to bring the gift to the wedding reception rather than deliver it ahead of time."

I quess the "some areas and cultures" includes Midwesterners who prefer to tote thier gifts to the reception.

The link also contains some good info about gift etiquite. But I say etiquite smetiquite. I am just thankful for any gifts at all. To our guests: bring it however you want. We are glad you are thinking of us.


Jenn said...

Haha, well said! :)

Once A Bride said...

it's amazing how much 'proper' etiquette has changed..

i tagged you today :)

Mara (The Wedding Cabaret) said...

great post!!