When you're not invited to a wedding, is it still expected to send a gift? This Redditor's cousin is getting married, but they weren't invited to the wedding. They weren't even aware of the date until someone asked them what they were getting the couple for a gift. The Redditor feels like it's unfair to be excluded from the wedding, especially since they had to reschedule their own graduation party to accommodate the couple's schedule. But family members are telling them to just be the bigger person and send a gift anyway. What do you think? Is it petty to skip the gift just because they weren't invited? Or is it a matter of principle? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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Weddings can be tricky, especially when it comes to gift-giving. But what do you do when you weren't even invited to the wedding? In this situation, a Reddit user is feeling left out after realizing they didn't receive an invitation to their cousin's wedding. Despite having to reschedule their own graduation party to accommodate the couple, they were not extended the same courtesy. Feeling hurt and confused, they are questioning whether or not they should still send a gift. Their father advises them to be the bigger person, but is it really necessary? Join the debate in the comments below.
Send a card or not? The internet is divided 🤔
Skipping an uninvited cousin's wedding and gift - NTA
Wedding gifts for uninvited guests? NTA according to commenters.
No invite, no gift. Save your time, money, and consideration. 💰
Send a congratulatory card without mentioning lack of invite 🎉
Wedding gifts aren't mandatory, even for attendees. Gift cards work.
No invite, no gift. You're NTA 🎁😉
Sending a card is enough 💌
Skipping the wedding doesn't mean you owe them a gift 💍🎁
NTA for not sending a gift but family needs to chill 😤
Skipping the gift when uninvited. Not the a**hole.
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Inquiring about lost invitation is a good idea. NTA.
Invitation ≠ automatic gift. NTA for sending a gift.
No invite, no gift 🎁 - NTA for not sending one.
Don't waste your time and money on ungrateful people 🙅♀️
Miss Manners approves: No gift for uninvited guests 🎁🚫
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Excluded from cousin's virtual wedding, NTA according to commenter 🤷♀️
Get creative with your gift - donate to a cause they hate 🎁
When you weren't invited to the wedding but everyone else was 😕
Save your money 💸 and skip the gift 🎁
Family relation invited, no need for gift. Awkward situation.
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Before assuming exclusion, ask for clarity. YWNBTA without gift.
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Don't expect gifts from uninvited guests, it's tacky 😒🎁
Confirm you're not invited before skipping gift or attending wedding 🎁
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No invite, no gift 🎁🚫 #NTA
Wedding invite rule: NTA, no gift without an invitation.
Agree! No invite, no gift 🎁🚫
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Skip the gift, avoid the drama. NTA 🎁
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Treat yourself, NTA. Don't waste time on Maddy's wedding 🎉
Don't ghost your cousin, but let him know you're hurt 😔
Send a thoughtful card, gifts aren't necessary 🎁
Kindly ask your cousin about the invite before sending a gift 🎁
Missed invitation or genuine oversight? 🤔
Etiquette check: No invite, no gift. 😎
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Skipping the invite, skip the gift. NTA 🎁❌
No invite, no gift! NTA for sure 🎉
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Skipping the invite but expecting a gift? NTA says no.
Etiquette experts say no gift necessary for uninvited weddings 🎁
Possible invitation mistake, but unlikely. 🤔
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Wedding gift etiquette: invited guests should send gifts, uninvited guests shouldn't.
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