Post # 1
I’m getting ready to write a thank you note to some family friends whom I don’t think I’ve ever met. They’re about 60 years old (I’m 27) and their daughter is also getting married this year. They sent a very nice wedding present and signed their names on the Bed Bath and Beyond card “John & Jane.” When I write the thank you note, do I say “John & Jane,” or “Mr. & Mrs. Lastname?” To be clear, I’m talking about the actual note, not the envelope, I know that needs a last name, lol.
Post # 3
in the thank you note i would put John & Jane… it makes it more personal even if you dont know them. but thats just my opinion and how i did all of ours 😉
Post # 4
Gah, it’s close to tied, any other opinions?
If it makes a difference, they are very humorous and silly people who love good jokes.
Post # 5
If you normally speak to them on a first-name basis, then you should address them by their first names because it’s more personal and familiar.
Post # 6
what would you call them in person? I’d address the note that way.
Post # 7
The fact that they themselves wrote John and Jane makes it the best thing for you to do in response.
Post # 8
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I think for a thank you note that John and Jane is more appropriate.