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What 's a great wedding gift for under $50? under $100?

  1. jabelufiroz profile image71
    jabelufirozposted 4 years ago

    What 's a great wedding gift for under $50? under $100?

  2. KevinC9998 profile image78
    KevinC9998posted 4 years ago

    Sorry to say there may not be any "great" gifts for under those amounts.

  3. rose-the planner profile image81
    rose-the plannerposted 4 years ago

    Don't despair jabelufiroz, there are plenty of wedding gifts you can purchase for under $100 or even $50.  First of all, is the couple on a bridal registry anywhere?  If they are then look at the list to see if there is anything in your price range, if not you can give the couple a gift certificate in either $50 or $100 denomination which they can use towards something they didn't get.  Remember, if they have selected dishes or crystal glasses for example often people buy them in pieces so it is more affordable and helps the couple with acquiring the full set.  For example, if they ordered12 crystal champagne flutes you can buy a couple which would be affordable.  The problem is that often with registries, you need to buy quickly before all the affordable stuff is gone.  I can't speak for every country and culture but in North America there are also department stores and specialty shops like Home Goods in the US and Home Sense in Canada that have very reasonably priced wedding gift ideas for a fraction of the original price.  Also, if there is still time until the wedding, you can do a search and order a beautiful wedding gift at a great price online.  Here are some ideas, crystal vase, crystal frame, crystal serving  platter or bowl, crystal glasses (wine, champagne, water, wine etc.), fine china (tea cups and saucers, serving platter, dessert dishes, butter dish, gravy boat, bowls etc), an elegant photo album that they can put pictures in after the wedding, the list can go on and on, just do a little research and use a little creativity and you should be fine.  I hope this was helpful.  Take care and have a wonderful day.  -Rose

  4. allisonlawrence profile image74
    allisonlawrenceposted 4 years ago

    First stop: their wedding registry! Although it might be fun to get them a gadget or decoration that looks really fun, if they haven't received it yet (they registry will tell you what has been purchased and what hasn't) then get them practical things they'll use everyday. I just got married this year and my husband and I were thankful for receiving the things we use every day. Some of these are a set of their silverware (prices vary depending on the brand), salad spinner, cutting board, glasses, tupperware, dish cloths, spice rack, cooking utensils, colander, coffee mugs, or even towels. Think about what you need everyday and purchase along those lines. Most of them can be found within the price range you listed.

 
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