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Need opinions on a couple things involving gifts.

Do you always need to do gifts at the actual wedding?? Could we wait until we return home to do this?

I am buying my parents a new computer tower as a gift to them (not a traditional gift but they need this badly).

Here is my dilemma...I have given my MOH a free trip to Jamaica (she paid taxes only) and have paid for her dress. Do you think I need to do anything else for her?

All your thoughts here would be appreciated.

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I think you are very generous in what you have already given your MOH. I think she would understand if she didn't get anything else. But if you feel like you really need to get her something....get her a cute necklace or compact with her name engraved in it or something inexpensive like that. Just my opinion!

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I bought my BM's their shoes, cause they werent sure they wanted to wear necklaces (the dress has some sparkle) and I am getting them massages the day of the wedding. So that is it. No gift at the wedding itself.

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For my girls... I bought the dresses for them and then made up little goodie bags for them with little things that ment things to us that I gave them before we left for Jamaica, sparkle flip flops... - Diva status, starfish necklace, and a photo album for them to keep all their pictures in and I added pics of us at our Bride and Groom Pub Crawl to start the album along with pics of us trying on our dresses.

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