Aside from stuffing cash into a card and letting the husband and wife decide exactly what they need, choosing the right wedding gift could be perceived as more than just blindly picking an item off a registry.
The wedding gift typically should be an easy selection, given that the new couple probably needs everything from a toaster oven to pots and pans for the kitchen. The general rule of thumb when it comes to wedding gifts is to think practical and ironically not to over think what you're buying.
Obviously, the aforementioned registry can be followed line by line, but some would be wedding guests feel the need to deviate from the plan and effectively go rogue with their purchases.
There's certainly nothing wrong with that decision as long as you make it a point to avoid certain gifts that should always be deemed off limits or inappropriate.
Inevitably, you'll always have that one wedding guest who simply can't help but interject their taste into the couple's honey moon plans with some sort of travel oriented gift that essentially tells the couple where they should go on their honeymoon.
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