Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by GEICO. Invited to an upcoming wedding but unsure how much to spend on the happy couple? These days some newlyweds have the audacity to expect a gift that covers the cost of your dinner and some bridezillas aren't afraid to turn their wrath on guests. Yikes! but instead consider your relationship with the couple and how it costs to attend the celebration. Close to the lovebirds? Friends and family can give cash or a gift worth anywhere between $50 and $250. If you have to travel, factor in the cost of getting there. It's okay to spend less on the gift if you're traveling out of state or heading to a remote destination. Don't be afraid to give only what your wallet will allow. Don't feel like you have to spend a lot in order to prove your appreciation for the new couple, but do purchase off the registry. The couple selects items for a reason. No one wants 5,000 spatulas. [MUSIC] Only go off the registry if you know them really well. Don't buy something you'd rather receive. [MUSIC] Coinage, life well spent. Presented by Geico.