- 4 years ago
- Wedding: February 2013
We are sending thank you cards to everyone who attended. Some gave gifts, some didn’t, but we are thanking them for attending regardless. In the card box there was an envelope (just a plain mailing envelope) containing cash and on the outside was written “Mr. And Mrs.
” in neat handwriting and under that “congrats” in sloppy handwriting. There was no card or anything else to identify who it was from. We also received a photo album, a ring holder, and a couple of picture frames that I, stupidly, stuffed all into one bag to save space and lost track of who they were from. I tried using process of eliminiation to figure out who these gifts were from (everyone else gave us cash or checks in cards with their names on them) but I’m still stumped. So do I just thank the people who I’m not sure of for attending or is it imperative that I acknowledge the gift too? Is it worse to receive a thank you card that doesn’t acknowledge a gift when you’ve given one or to receive a thank you card mentioning a gift when you didn’t give one?