Is it rude to have a wishing well at a wedding?

Is it rude to have a wishing well at a wedding?

Is it rude to ask people for gifts / or have a wishing well for the engagement party / wedding / kitchen tea? Short answer: Yes, but people still do it anyway.

How much money do you put in a wishing well at a wedding?

Based on Your Relationship With the Bride and Groom The closer you are, the higher the amount is. For instance, the couple’s distant family friend might give around $50 to 75 while a close friend or relative of either the bride or groom may put $100 to 150 as a wedding gift.

How do you ask for wishing wells at a wedding?

we ask that you contribute to our wishing well. We truly appreciate your presence at our wedding and do not expect gifts. The most important gift to us is to have you share our special day. wishing well would be warmly received.

How do you give money to a wishing well?

Put the Wishing Well Out of the Way at Your Wedding Some guests may forget to put their money in a card; it’s a good idea to include envelopes and a pen on the table next to the wishing well. If you set up a cash fund digital on The Knot Registry, you can simply include the link on your free wedding website.

How do you tell guests about wishing well?


  1. Traditional – The greatest gift to us both is that you can be present at our wedding.
  2. Celebration – We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
  3. Fun – If you were thinking of giving a gift to help us on our way, a donation towards our wishing well would really make our day.

How much should you give in a wishing well?

$150 per couple for randoms or people who aren’t close friends. $200 to $300 per couple for close friends and family. $300 to $500 per couple for immediate family. The same rules would apply, even if you’re in the bridal party.”

How much do people give in a wishing well?

Most Australians think that between $51 and $125 per person is an appropriate amount to give for a wedding gift or wishing well.

How much money do you give in a wishing well?