Post # 1
For my Future Mother-In-Law said her and a few of my FI’s family members plan on buying us holiday gifts off of our registry. Now my fiance things these are technically holiday gifts as opposed to wedding gifts, but I still think we need to send them thank you cards (usually for holiday gifts I’ll send a thank you email or call them). But since these are gifts off our wedding registry…I feel as though they should be treated as such. Thoughts?
Post # 3
I’d treat them as regular holiday gifts and say a thank in person or over the phone.
Post # 4
Can I make a recommendation? Look at the sale adds coming out for black Friday and see if you want to add some things. Many of our Christmas gifts are coming off our registery thru black friday deals so we were asked to look over the flyers and see if some substitutes would be ok. I am all about saving money so I am happy to tweak my registery.
Post # 5
A lot of folks use registry lists as a guideline for holiday/birthday giving. If the card or tag says “Merry Christmas” (or whatever) treat it as a holiday gift. If it says “Congratulations” or is in wedding wrapping paper, treat it as a wedding gift.
Though who said Thank You notes are just for weddings? The tradition is upheld most for them, yes, but a thank you note is a thank you not–consider it extra practice and send one anyway 🙂