11 Tips on Writing Thank You Cards

Apr 17 2014

How to Make Writing Out Your Thank Yous Easy and Comfortable

And if you need help with the actual wording of your Thank You Cards, this article on the etiquette of writing out Thank Yous combined with the 11 tips below should help.

11 Tips on Writing Thank Yous:

  • send a thank you within 2 weeks of receiving the gift
  • be sincere
  • check for spelling and grammar errors
  • both bride and groom should share in writing thank yous
  • order extras!
  • everyone who sends a gift, should receive a thank you
  • mention the gift in your thank you and how you’ll use it
  • use your guest list {with addresses} to keep track of who gave what
  • write out your thank yous in a comfy place
  • invest in a high quality pen
  • remember to include your wedding party, parents, officiant, and even your wedding pros

Personalized wedding Thank You Cards from MagnetStreet

April is National Letter Writing Month. That said, I challenge each of us to take up our pens and write a letter to someone every day for the rest of the month. Getting an actual letter in the mail is the best!

 

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