That's actually a good idea...one of the best cookbooks on this cuisine I've ever found. A true Dominican gift!OP said a Dominican gift for a gringo wedding. What better than:
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It's a European thing. Not much in No American circles , from my experience.I've never given anything but cash to any wedding I've ever attended.
Is that just an Italian thing??
I use the gift registry for bridal shower and sometimes for engagement, but usually cash at engagement too.