Post # 1
Do we still send them a thank you card? I don’t have any more of our wedding thank you cards left.
I feel kind of weird sending out a card so far after our wedding. What should I do?
Send one and say “thank you for the _____. We are sorry we couldn’t see you at the wedding but look forward to seeing you sometime soon”?
Post # 3
You should send a thank you. Doesn’t matter if it’s on wedding stationary or not, they won’t know what your “wedding” thank yous looked like.
True it’s a little late, but you should still thank them.
Post # 4
you still need to send a thank you! and you never know, maybe money has been tight the past year for them.
Post # 5
Definitely send a thank you card and tell them you look forward to seeing them soon!
Post # 6
Was it something off your registry?
Sometimes registry items are delayed a lot. A few on mine already say that the estimated ship time is 60+ days.
Post # 7
Yep, thank them! They need to know that you got it.
Post # 8
definitely thank them, just go to target or something and buy a nice plain thank you card and send it off – it’s nice of them to still send you something!
Post # 9
You should definitely thank them especially since they still went to the trouble of sending it despite the fact that the proper time period had elapsed.
Post # 10
@amariem25: Of course you send a thank you! Why wouldn’t you? Just send a simple note (it can be on any card or even just nice paper) and tell them you were thrilled to get their gift, what you like about it/ will use it for, that you’re very touched they thought of you and that you hope to see them soon.
Post # 11
Wow that is special
but better late than never!
Send a regular thank you card
Post # 12
wow. late much?
definitely send a thank you. doesn’t matter what stationary. Just a simple thanks for the _____ will do!
Post # 13
Of course! You would send a thank-you card for a non-wedding present that someone sent you, right?
Post # 14
@amariem25: Ohhh gifts are fun!!! What did you get?
But yes, send a thank you card. Like a PP mentioned they have no idea what your thank you cards looked like so it wont be “off”
Post # 15
The gift was a picture frame which we didn’t register for. And then she also put $40 in a card, but it was kind of weird because she recommended that we use it toward an magnetic/infrared blanket (which she sells on her own through a company, similar to someone who is a Mary Kay salesperson or sells other things out of a catalog). Now I don’t know if we are supposed to buy this blanket through her or if we can use the money for something that we would actually want….
But I’ll have my FI write up the thank you card anyways. The rule was that he writes them for his family and I write them for mine!
Post # 16
@amariem25: I would send them a thank you. It doesn’t matter what type of card you send. As long as you say thank you. ^_^