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A Little Something For Your Trouble: Gift Guidelines When You Decline An Invite

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By mia bolaris-forget

We’ve all been in this situation at one time or another, and if you haven’t, it’s likely you will be. You know the drill. You get invited to a party you simply can’t attend or simply don’t want to. Still, whether it’s a friend, co-worker, or someone who has left you wondering why you were the “lucky” recipient of an invite, it’s imperative to be polite and soften the blow. And, believe it or not, depending on the occasion and the relationship, it’s also proper protocol to send something, even if it’s a smaller gift than you would have gotten and given if you’d actually attended. And, you can send it ahead or arrange for a convenient time to meet and give it to the person, in person.

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