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Your Wedding-Gift Etiquette Questions Answered

[Question]My niece is getting married in her hometown, and the costs of traveling (and staying) there are adding up. Can my presence be the present?

[Answer]Even though wedding gifts are never required, it can certainly feel as if they're expected-and forgoing one

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