A Better Way to Ask For Money Gifts Than a Wedding Money Tree
Learn the secret to politely requesting money gifts
for your next event
While most etiquette experts believe that money is a perfectly acceptable wedding
gift, most couples have a difficult time letting their guests know that they prefer
money or cash to a gift registry full of presents they don't really want or need.
Some couples have resorted to creating a "money tree" that allows wedding
guests to attach an envelope to it containing cash or a check. Unfortunately, a
money tree is not an elegant way to ask for money gifts and it has proven to be
neither safe nor convenient.
Fortunately, there is a much better alternative called Rainfall of Envelopes
that makes it incredibly easy for you to get money gifts in a manner that follows
the advice of etiquette experts. All you have to do is set up a free event listing
with Rainfall of Envelopes and tell your guests that you are "registered at
Rainfall of Envelopes." You will then use your free wedding web page
to provide your guests with information about your wedding and describe how you
intend to use their generous gifts. Your guests will appreciate that their gift
will be used toward something more meaningful than another“place setting”
or “sheets,” and can buy your money gift with any major credit card
or debit card, including those that pay cash back or offer reward points. Rainfall
of Envelopes does not hold gift funds and your gifts will be deposited directly
into your PayPal account the moment they're given, so you never have to worry about
the safety or security of your gifts.
Give us a try now
for free to see how it works with absolutely no commitment.
Rainfall of Envelopes only charges you a $1 transaction fee when you receive a gift.
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