What's the one wedding gift you'll never forget?
Our three nieces learned the lyrics to Bruno Mars's "Marry You," and after dinner they grabbed mics, rallied all our guests around the dance floor, and brought the house down. -Denise P., via Facebook
The diamond earrings my husband surprised me with right before our ceremony. -Melissa M., via Facebook
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I have a childhood friend who is now a celebrity. He gave us an autographed picture of himself. The funny thing is, he wasn't even invited to the wedding. At least he put it in a nice frame. Maybe I can sell it on eBay. -LaLohni C., via e-mail
A friend from high school purchased a pizza pan, a pizza cutter, a Boboli crust, sauce, and Parmesan cheese. She then wrapped everything up in a pizza box. It wasn't super-expensive, but it was thoughtful, creative, and delicious. -Katie N., via Facebook
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My aunt and uncle gave me a set of silver that has been passed down through generations. -Meghan E., via e-mail
One of our (crazy) groomsmen gave us a care package that had a mousetrap, a fly swatter, and anti-deer lights for the car. -Arley C., via Facebook
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My friend and now business partner bought all the flower arrangements for the reception. -Charlie T., via Twitter
I'll always remember what my mother-in-law and sister-in-law gave me: nothing! -Ally M., via Twitter