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This idea sounds great to me! (Wish I had thought of it two years ago for my wedding!!)

However, it might be a bit limiting for those who want to give you a gift, but can't afford more than, say, $20 or so. We got lots of $20 bills as wedding gifts (and appreciated each and every one of them!)

You could open up a DRIP account with a company you love and encourage your guests and well-wishers to contribute to that. Most DRIP account have very, very low minimums (except for the initial purchase which might be $250 or so).

Just a thought . . .
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