A gift for your wedding attendants isn't meant to be monetary compensation for their expenses. nbsp;It's supposed to thank them for their time and, most importantly, their emotional support. nbsp;A gift for your attendants has absolutely nothing to do with what they've spent on the wedding or what favors your guests receive.nbsp;Spend what you can afford; don't play the "she spent X so I must spend X" game. nbsp;It's far more important to make the gift meaningful and an appropriate thank you for everything your attendants have donenot just time commitments but the emotional support they provide as well.nbsp;
We paid for hair, make up, jewelry, dress and men's tux rentals.
We also did personal gifts for each person to thank them for being in our lives and a part of the day.
Nothing huge but personal.
Guys have a running joke about the movie Hangover so we found wolf pack key chains.