i really didn't think i'd add too many pricey items. i added things i thought we would need since it's our first home. i added all the 'essentials'- towels, bed sheets (not even the pricey ones, i didn't know they got over $80 what the heck? i'm just sleeping on them...usually), flatware (this is where i learned the diff between sterling silverware and stainless silverware *whew!*), pots and pans (were the most expensive). but i added things like a vacuum cleaner, and a mini steam cleaner (it does floors, carpet, matresses-for the baby), most the expensive stuff is around $99 bucks. but there are a few things around $3-$50 as well. but i def added a lot of expensive stuff (the $99 items) which are mostly for the kitchen (i love to cook). i didn't want to come off as pretentious or expecting too much. actually we were aiming for a smaller wedding. but certain in- laws didn't like the idea of a 'fake wedding' so we ended up with a few hundred more guests D=. idk what the point of this is. other than to ask if you think my list of a load of bull or if its' completely normal.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:50 PM on Mar. 19, 2011 in Just for Fun
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It sounds fine. Guests are going to buy what they can afford either way. :) Some will buy the bigger, others the smaller.
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