Post # 1
We finally got around to opening all of our gifts and are going to start writing Thank You cards. However, we opened 2 gifts that did not have names on it so we have no idea who they are from. One of them was a 5×7 picture frame and the other was a platter. We would like to send the gift givers a Thank You card….but how the heck do we figure out who they were from?!
Post # 3
Our wedding was last May (2012) and we had one gift without a card. Despite our efforts of asking around, posting on FB and mentioning to everyone we could (include those family members that talk to everyone/in everyone’s business) not one person has claimed the gift. You would think at this point someone would ask about it but unfortunately we have no idea who gave us that one present.
Post # 4
Well,hopefully everyone gave you a gift so by process of elimination, you will end up with two people with no gifts and at least that’ll narrow it down.
I’m assuming it’s from your registry? If so, a lot of registry have a Thank You tracker that will list who gifted what, although some registries allow people to opt out of it. If you have a gift receipt, maybe the store can find out who made the purchase.
Otherwise, I would just wait until the end and ask around. Hopefully someone speaks up!
Post # 5
@lilbluebird: We didn’t receive gifts from a lot of people actually!
Post # 6
@ChampagneBlushWedding: I’d check your registry tracker, or ask your parents to help ask around.
Post # 7
That’s a hard one, because I was going to suggest you start by eliminating the people who gave you gifts and you know who they are. Then you could ask the others if it was them… but then I thought, if it’s not from them and they didn’t actually get you anything, it could turn quite awkward!
Can you send an email to all the people who are possibilities… I’m thinking Blind Carbon Copy everyone into the email so no one knows who is and isn’t involved in the email. Then they won’t feel so awkward if it’s not them. Does that makes sense?