We're getting married in April, both in our 50s and been married before. We are having quite a big do with 100+ evening guests. What's the best way of saying we want money rather than presents? I don't mean to sound ungrateful but we have all the household items we need, what we really want is help towards paying for the wedding when the final bills are delivered. Thanks.
It’s a question asked by many brides every single year: how do I ask for cash instead of wedding gifts without offending the guests? Read on for advice on the most tactful ways to ask for a gift of cash as well as some examples of poems to insert into your invitations.
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