Post # 1
So my Darling Husband and I recently got married in San Francisco (we’re both Canadian) with a very small ceremony of only immediate family and best friends. Since then we’ve received a few cards with $ in them.
I’m currently working on my Thank Yous so I can send them out ASAP but I’m completely lost at how to sign off on some of them.
My husband has a huge extended family all over the continent and his mom has many close friends, all of whom I’ve never met and he has only met a couple of times. I feel weird writing “Love, Allie & DH” because I don’t love them. but I feel like “from” is too informal and “sincerely” is too formal. Is it rude to just write “-Allie & DH”? Any other ideas?
Post # 3
I’d just write ‘Allie & DH’. That’s how I sign stuff that I don’t feel comfortable writing ‘Love’ or anything on. I don’t see any issue with it whatsoever!
Post # 4
I’d got with the phrase “With love,” It’s close enough to a normal sign off, but to me, harkens more to the couple together being in love, and inviting them to celebrate that love.
Post # 5
I signed many of mine using “love.” However, some other closings I have seen on correspondence that I’ve received are “warmly,” “fondly,” “best regards,” “warm regards,” “kind regards,” and “best.”
Post # 6
@Bracelet00: ooh I’m liking “with love”! Then it’s not so much about the fact that I love them, but that my Darling Husband and I are in love! Thanks for that!!
@Brielle: These are all good! Perhaps I’ll switch it up a bit so it’s not so monotonous.
Post # 7
We went with “With love” too!
Post # 8
We wrote “Thanks again!” as our sign off for the people we weren’t close too.
Post # 9
- Wedding: November 2014 - Philadelphia, PA
We use Love, as our send off but I like the idea of With love, too!
Post # 10
I always put Very Respectfully, I guess it’s the military still engrained in me
Post # 11
another vote for ‘with love’ or something like ‘all the best,’ maybe if it’s your boss or someone you don’t want to write ‘love’ for haha!