On a separate note, I always laugh at the little poems that people write, trying to make "give me money" sound less impolite.
What, if anything, to give is up to the giver. The recievers job is to be grateful for the thought, whatever the gift may be. The giver should feel free to ask for suggestions if they want to.
Personally no I don't think it's okay to put that on an invite. Well really it depends on who it was.. close friends and family.. yes okay.. the childs friends from daycare/school/other places then no. I'd do two different invites..
Sorry but yep, find it really rude! I probably wouldn't bother going to a child's party that asked for money!
I REALLY wouldn't do it. This thread proves that some WILL be offended.
I don't mean to sound nasty but what happened to just appreciating what is given? I've gotten to the point I dread some social events now bc there is always cash being asked for at every turn...
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