How much money do you give at a wedding?

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How much money do you give at a wedding?

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How much money do you give at a wedding?

How much money you give at a wedding mainly depends on how well you know the bride and groom and what you yourself want to give. For family and friends, from €50 is usual but for colleagues, for example, from €35 is sufficient. Also how much you get involved has involved in the money you give because you actually give the amount you cost with something extra.

In this article, we explain how much money you give at a wedding and some creative ideas for handing it over to the bride and groom.

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How much money do you give calculator

This calculator will show you roughly what is usual at an average wedding.

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Wishes for Mr and Mrs on their special day, along with cards to commemorate their wedding anniversary.

What do you think is a good amount to give?

Ideas for giving money.

When it comes to giving money, there is little creativity involved. How do you make it personal?

A money tree

When giving money with a group, you can give a money tree by buying a plant and hanging note money on it.

Origami heart making

From the money, you can also make hearts using origami. You can simply put these in an envelope or stick them in the frame. In the video below you can see exactly how to fold them.

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