(Closed) Thank you card help!

posted 5 years ago in Paper
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Sugar bee

I think if you send a warm, detailed, heartfelt, handwritten thank you note to the gradmother, stepsons, etc., and send him one that is courteous but succinct, the message will be crystal clear. The notes to the others should be sincere, of course, and not exaggeratedly flowery or elaborate, but if your grandmother gets, “thank you so much for coming and for the truly thoughtful gift, it meant so much to us to have you there,” etc. etc., while your dad gets “thank you for coming. We appreciate the gift,” it will get the message across as much as is needed.

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