Some of the best weddings I've been to have been very modest in cost. In fact people have been glad to help out by baking cakes, making sandwiches, making dresses etc, and probably got more satisfaction than by throwing cash at the couple.
To all those people who never had a negative remark about them asking for cash on their wedding day, of course you didn't, but I bet lots of people talked about it behind your back.
It's the same as everybody saying that my son was cute when he was a newborn baby. No one is going to say that he was ugly to my face, but as soon as they left the house they probably said "Wow! That's one ugly baby"(Of course they would've been wrong, he's gorgeous).
Justie - not assumptions about the wedding anyway.....
Depends on whether you've got a decent group of friends or not. If I believed my friends would slag me off behind my back because I asked for cash on my wedding day then they wouldn't be invited in the first place.
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