BG: I design handmade and printable wedding invitations. I like it, and most of my brides do not belong in the bowels of eHell. I do help out with wording/etiquette questions when asked, but for the most part I cannot tell brides what to do; they're paying me for a service. I provide service. Everyone is happy! /End BG
Today, however, I have a bride that I wish I could look at ask what on EARTH she's thinking!
Apparently it's the week for poetry, for she's purchased additional insert cards and given me a poem to put on them. Everyone please move away from sharp objects, sit and/or lay down, and put down the beverages. Ready?If finding a gift is hard to do,
Perhaps our wishing well is for you!
A gift of money is placed in the well.
Then make a wish, but do not tell.
If a gift, however, is more your style,
Know that anything from you would make us smile.
Of course, the greatest gift we'll get from you
Is your presence when we say "I do"!
I tried to minimize it - are you sure this is necessary? You wanted that business card size, right? Oh yes she's sure, and no no, make it the same size as the RSVP.
All I can say is that this heinous etiquette offence will look stunning. Past that, I'm so ashamed to be even remotely associated with it.