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    Hi ladies,
    just wondering what the etiquette is regarding giving parents gifts? We are having a destination wedding and neither of our parents are putting in any costs which is fair enough, they weren’t if we were to have it here in Australia but still expected their friends to be invited which is partially a reason to get married overseas as to cull guests. But they aren’t helping or asking any details about the wedding either, they just generally don’t seem interested which I’m fine with but do we need to get them a gift?

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    They are still your parents, I think you should still give them a gift.

    #426293

    yeh even if it’s something really small… i would still give them something small…

    #489873

    I’m having the same concern. I have already picked the gifts for my parents, but I’m still wondering for the gifts for my future husband’s parents. I’m thinking about The Front Page News NFL Sports History Book for his father and a silver rose for his mother. What do you think?

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