My hubbys cousin got married this summer and we were unable to attend their wedding because we couldn't afford it. My cousin also got married last week and the same deal. I love to sew and have a large stash of quilting fabrics from better times so I thought I would make them each a quilt. Then I re-read the invite to one of the weddings and it said in lieu of gifts, they wanted cash for a delayed honeymoon. Is it still acceptable to send a quilt instead as we really don't have cash to send? Or should I scrape together what little we can afford (like $20) or just skip it altogether since we don't have the cash to send? I know my cousin will love a hand made piece because she will see the effort involved, but I don't know about DH's cuz.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:44 PM on Oct. 11, 2009 in Money & Work
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