Whether you’re already living together and don’t need any more pots or pans, or you’re planning an epic honeymoon, you might prefer to receive cash instead of traditional wedding gifts. Wording your wedding invitations can be a little tricky when it comes to asking your guests for money. Here are a few cute poems you could use on your wedding invitations to politely ask guests for cash!
As we’ve lived together for a year or two,
We really don’t need anything new.
But if you were thinking of getting us a small wedding gift,
Some money for our honeymoon wouldn’t go a miss.
We have the household basics, a kettle, mixer and toaste
Sheets, towels, dinner mats with the matching coasters.
So rather than give something that we’ve already got
Please consider giving us money for our saving pot.
It’s cheeky we know, but it would be so great
To help us do some home improvements at a later date.
This is not at all traditional
Not the way it’s normally done
But instead of towels and toasters
We would love a bit of sun.
So if you’d like to give a gift
To help us celebrate
Some pennies towards our honeymoon
We would really appreciate.
If you’re thinking of giving us a gift to help us on our way,
a gift of cash towards our honeymoon would really make our day.
Then while we’re relaxing on the beach, or by the pool so blue,
we’ll sit back and know that it’s truly thanks to you!
Your presence without presents is enough to make our day,
We haven’t made a wedding list of gifts, in any way,
Should you wish to give us cash, we surely won’t say no,
So we can buy the things we like to help create our home.
4 September 2017
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