Post # 1
We had a destinaton wedding and had said to guests that their attendence was gift enough. Many did gift, a few didn’t give anything (no card either). I’m trying to come up with a thank-you message for them anyway.
Part of it is kind of generic “thanks for coming” etc and then I’m thinking I can just put in one memory of how they were apart of the wedding process? So here is one below, can someone tell me if it’s okay or good enough?
Thanks in advance!!
We are so glad that you were there in Cancun to share our special day with us. We hope you enjoyed yourself and take forward as many happy memories as we have! I will never forget the day you were there when I found my wedding dress! You were part of the magic! Thank you so much for your love and support, it means a lot to us!
Much love, A & B
… something like that?
Post # 5
I think the wording is great, though I would urge you to cut down on the number of exclamation points. 🙂
Post # 6
@mrsbruff2b: It seems like a great note.
Post # 7
@Jijitattoo: Haha, I didn’t notice until you said that, sometimes I use too many too.
OP, I love your wording.
Post # 8
@Jijitattoo: That’s exactly what I was going to say.
Sounds great, but it also kinda sounds like you’re a little too excited, hehe.
Post # 10
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I think your note is fine, but I’m going to add a note on thank you card etiquette that you can totally disregard if you want. The reception is the thank you for coming, so you are etiquette-wise only suposed to send a thank you note for a gift. Many people find a thank you note just for attending emphasizes the fact that the person did not send a gift and can be seen as gift-grabbing for a late gift. However, people love getting thank you notes. Your choice, just something to consider.
Post # 11
I think the note is great! :o)
Post # 12
@Jijitattoo: Oh! I didn’t notice! HAHA Thanks for pointing it out. I think I really am excited when I’m remembering my wedding LOL
I’ll go back and change it.
@mrsSonthebeach: Yea, I thought about that too (which was why I asked) to see if talking about how they were part of the wedding helped to avoid sounding gift grabby or sarcastic.