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Dear Mary

Dear Mary: We’ve had to downsize our wedding – can we still ask everyone for presents?

17 October 2020

9:00 AM

17 October 2020

9:00 AM

Q. A year ago we sent out 150 save-the-date notices for our wedding this December. We are still going ahead, even though we can now invite only 15 people. My problem is the wedding list. Do I still send one out? We feel some people may want to give us a present even though they will not be attending a party — godparents, for example — and quite possibly some of those who have been the recipients of more than generous wedding presents from us.

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