Should we anticipate receiving gifts from our guests at the vow renewal ceremony, just like on our wedding day? Is mentioning something like this appropriate?
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Just remember one thing, a vow renewal is not a second marriage which means you are not getting married again. It is entirely unethical to anticipate gifts or to include language about gifts on the invitation card. In the past, many couples used to mention gifts in their cards. It is not advisable to use this method. If a guest wants to, he must provide a gift. You can formally welcome your guests by stating something like, "your presence is our present." Any Los Angeles wedding chapel offering fantastic all-inclusive vow renewal packages for your special day is the perfect place to enjoy this day.