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Let’s talk gifting! Receiving and giving gifts should be fun, but it can easily feel overwhelming or even awkward. Guests worry about getting a gift their recipient will love, but they might not want to ask for suggestions directly. Hosts can feel uncomfortable about the topic as well—gifts aren’t required or even necessarily expected at every get-together, but many guests don’t like to show up empty-handed. 

So, what’s the solution? Enable gifting and/or donation options on an Evite invitation! 

Registries

Have a registry you’d like to share with your guests? We’ve got you covered. Go to “Gifting Options” on your invitation, and then add your registry there. 

Add a Registry

Donations to a non-profit or personal cause

Whether you have a favorite non-profit that you’d like to support or want to crowdfund a personal cause, you can via your Evite invitation thanks to our partnership with Pledge. 

Learn More About Evite Donations

Of course, if you don’t have anything specific in mind, there are other ways your guests can easily find a great gift!

Bitcoin cryptocurrency

The coolest gift around is both easy to give and receive through Evite! Guests can purchase a gift of Bitcoin via Evite* (they don’t need a crypto wallet of their own). You’ll receive an email once someone has gifted you Bitcoin, along with instructions on how to redeem your gift. Please note, named recipients must be at least 18 years old. 

Learn More

Amazon Gift Finder

Want to leave the gifting ideas to Amazon? Guests can click the link to Amazon right from their invitation and browse gifting suggestions from Amazon.

eGift cards

Yes, Evite offers eGift cards! Guests can send these to anyone they want (no need for the host to add this option to their invitation!). 

Browse eGift Cards

We’re always looking for new ways to help you make your events even better, so stay tuned for more options in the future!

*Evite, Inc. is not a broker, financial institution, creditor, or money transmitter. Evite.com works with partners to facilitate transactions between the purchaser and recipient but is not a party to any agreement between the purchaser and money transmitter, or between the purchaser and recipient.

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