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I'm not sure a single cell phone, or half the cost of two new cell phones, is a very good wedding present. Most wedding presents are for the couple's new home, or for their new life together. Kitchen things, board games, furniture, and so on. Something like a phone (which would only be for one of them) doesn't meet this pattern. Half the price of two phones ...


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I have only some limited experience with these kinds of situations (from both sides). What I experienced in those situations is: This "I don't expect anything in return", as true as it may be, won't be how the receiving side usually feels in case of gifted money. It may work, where there's a deep existing friendship. But without that level of ...


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I've had a few friends and family members (cousins) marry by now. It's not unusual for Dutch brides and grooms to make a wishlist or express wishes to wedding guests. As far as I'm aware, the proper etiquette is that you stick to their wishes or you give them money so they can freely spend it on items from their wishlist after. In your case, this would mean ...


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