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The Thank You Letter
Finally the whole adventure is over, and your friends and families have gone home, and you are back from your honeymoon. What you need to do now is settle down into a new life. However, one must eventually thank those people who made their wedding a success so as not to seem ungrateful. This is the final peace of the puzzle. The newlywed couple must show gratefulness to their guests for their mere presence. This article discusses thank you letters that should be sent to the guests.
Try to be prompt when sending thank you letters. Waiting too long to send your note may offend the guests. They might feel their gifts and presence was not appreciated. One should try to send notes within 3 months of the wedding end and certainly not wait a year or more. If the gifts arrive before the wedding day, it is all right to send the letters before the wedding. Remember that it is not appropriate to send monogrammed stationeries before your wedding, so send them once the ceremony is finished.
When ordering your wedding invitations, be sure to order your thank you notes as well. This will save you time and the wedding theme will still be the same. By ordering your thank you notes at the same time and from the same place, you may receive a discount on shipping. Be sure to buy extra thank you notes for those gifts you didn't expect. It would be more costly to reorder only a few extra pieces.
Now that you're officially husband and wife, you must share the road together. Remember the stick together part, "through thick and thin." That is immediately tested for those couples that had many guests at their wedding. There are going to be many, many notes to write. The couple must split the work. The groom should write to his side of his family and the bride hers. It will seem unfair if the groom only had only 10 guests at the wedding, and the bride had 100. If that happens, a better way to even this work up is to have one of you write the notes while the other one addresses the envelopes and checks the names that are finished.
The things you write on a thank you note are pretty obvious. But to anyone who does not know how to say the appropriate thanks, here are some ideas. Tell them how much you appreciated their presence and the gifts they sent, and even mention the item by name if you remember. This will be easy if you made note of who sent what gift as they are being unwrapped. If the gift is monetary, don't mention the amount; instead tell them what you plan to do with it.
Also remember to thank all the people who helped out at your wedding, i.e. attendants, servers, etc.