We go back and forth on wedding gifts. On one hand, why should happy newlyweds spend money on giving away gifts - isn't the happy couple exempt because they've just paid for everyone's food and entertainment for the night? Meg Keene, of Miss Manners, writes: "Etiquette has never thought of weddings as comparable to children's birthday parties, where the guests might need consolation for not being the center of attention."
On the other hand, there's this little string of guilt that tugs at the back of our heads at the thought of eliminating a wedding favor. Everyone stopped their lives to celebrate this love - those are some dedicated guests there. And favors could be a great reminder to guests of how much fun they had at your wedding.
So, here's a great compromise: Tahoe inspired favors that will be meaningful or fun for guests and don't break your bank.