Wedding Gifts Ideas…Get what you want!
‘What to ask for?’ You ask yourself this question before your wedding and the answer is you can ask for whatever you want. It’s your big day and all your relatives and friends are willing to help you and are getting you something anyway. Accordingly, try to ask for what you want or still didn’t buy, and try to be organized in doing so or else you will end up having two of everything.
Start thinking about your gift list at least three months prior to your wedding in order to have some time to think carefully about your needs and give people the chance to shop for the presents and items on the list. Feel free to use your wedding list as a way of indulging your personal passions and needs. This list will help you not to have any duplicated items and it will cross off some items from you wish list. Classify items according to people, in other words ask people for items they can afford so as to be able to have what you want without embarrassing anyone.
Do you need money and you feel embarrassed to ask? So you can write a personal note about how a cash gift will help you and your spouse in your new life. You can put this note with the invitation or even ask your parents to tell your relatives. This way thing will be much easier and less embarrassing to you.
Putting your list:
Do you keep forgetting the most important items you need? Do you feel confused about what you want and what you think has the priority? It’s ok, you can go to big department stores and have a look at everything and you will remember your needs, take a notepad and start taking notes on what you like, jotting down item number, store name, and price. Moreover, you can do online researches and you will find most items any bride and groom need.
Don’t feel guilty or embarrassed:
You shouldn’t feel guilty for receiving expensive gifts because what goes around come around; when put in the same situation you will try to buy the best for your friends and relatives, so be happy it’s your wedding day.
There is no shame in asking for what you like or want, in the end you’re getting married and everyone is happy about it. source, msn