'Absent' Future In-Laws
My future in-laws are not in a position to financially contribute to our wedding; however, they do not appear interested in any wedding planning my fiancé and my parents and I have done so far. In fact, they live a distance away and seldom visit family in our area at all. I feel their attendance at our wedding will be merely as guests due to this situation. Therefore, I was wondering what must be done for them as far as 'parent of the groom' areas are concerned. My fiancé and I have already decided to forgo a photographer parent album for them and provide them with an alternative wedding album instead, but I wonder what obligation there is for the actual event .... corsage, gifts, etc. I find myself having difficulty wanting to provide them with the same gifts and treatment as may parents who are contributing to our wedding in countless ways. Looking for some advice as far as how much it 'too little' to do in this case .... thank you.
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