Wedding Gift Giving Etiquette Wedding Gift Giving EtiquetteWe're clearing up some of the gray areas of gift giving for a wedding.Photographers: Paul Von RieterAdvice via: Cristen Faherty, Cristen & Co. Wedding Gift Giving EtiquetteWe're clearing up some of the gray areas of gift giving for a wedding.Photographers: Paul Von RieterAdvice via: Cristen Faherty, Cristen & Co.Stay On the Registry - For the Most PartCouples tend to spend a lot of time on their registries, looking for items that truly represent them as a unit. To stay on the safe side, always get a gift off of their registry. If you know the couple well, or have something sentimental you want to give them, give it to them along with a one from the registry. It’s better safe than sorry, and that way you know that you’re getting them something practical and meaningful.Photo Via: 100 Layer CakeAdvice Via: Cristen Faherty, Cristen & Co.View Post: Crate & Barrel Wedding RegistryConsider Contributing to Their Honeymoon FundA lot of couples are now registering for honeymoon experiences, which can be really exciting for a guest. Want to treat your friends to a nice dinner, or river cruise one night? You can help them relax and have fun. It’s a really unique gift, and one that they’ll remember for years to come associated with you.Advice Via: Cristen Faherty, Cristen & Co.View Post: Honeymoon IdeasGive As Much As You Feel ComfortableI always say you give a gift because you want to and what you feel comfortable with. The couple invited you to celebrate such a happy time in their life, and however you gift them is really appreciated! There are a lot of “rules” when it comes to gifting a check, and none of these are hard and fast rules, just general rule of thumb.Close friend or family member - $150+ Relative or friend - $100+ Co-worker or distant relative - $50+ If you feel like you can’t quite spend that much, look for items on their registry, a lot of the time they’ll go on sale.View Post: Registry Gifts Under $30Don’t Forget About Group Gifts Another cost-saving, but still meaningful idea is going in on a larger registry gift with other friends who are attending the wedding. If it’s a group of friends from college or with a similar background, consider getting a little creative! One idea is tickets to your alma mater’s sports game, or some personalized sports gear to go along with a similarly themed registry item. When buying gifts, always make sure to keep the couple you’re buying for in mind. A lot of people think “if this were my wedding,” but each couple is different! View Post: Dream Gifts Chip & Joanna Gaines for TargetWe CAN'T wait, can you? In the meantime, get some design inspiratino from Joanna's Instagram.View Post: Register For Chip and Joanna Gaines New Line From Target Gift Inspo from Zola Zola's an all-in-one wedding registry option. Hopefully your friends are registered here.View Post: Zola Wedding RegistryBed Bath & Beyond RegistryDon't worry the items on a registry seem random. The couple added them for a reason. View Post: See what you can get at Bed Bath & Beyond.Bed Bath & Beyond RegistryDon't worry the items on a registry seem random. The couple added them for a reason. View Post: See what you can get at Bed Bath & Beyond.