Ka-Ching! 'Ask Amy' Answers Wedding Etiquette Questions It's wedding season, and some couples are asking the guests to bring their love, their support, and their CASH to pay for the ceremony. Are 'pot luck weddings' the latest craze, or just a bad phase?
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Ka-Ching! 'Ask Amy' Answers Wedding Etiquette Questions

Ka-Ching! 'Ask Amy' Answers Wedding Etiquette Questions

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Some couples don't need a coffee maker, a blender or a new set of china. And with the economy the way it is, they have decided that they'd like to ask for something else: cold, hard cash.

Where on the etiquette scale would such a request fall? Chicago Tribune syndicated columnist Amy Dickinson, who writes the "Ask Amy" column, helps figure out this nuptial minefield.

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