Post # 1
My FH’s aunt has been gracious enough to host a bridal luncheon for me. When the time comes, do I write a thank you note just for her, or for other people attending as well? I do not know who’s paying for what. Would it be OK if I discreetly ask my FMIL? Any advice would be appreciated!
Post # 3
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
Thank you notes to anybody hosting (it should be noted on the invitaiton if not, ask Future Mother-In-Law.) Thank you notes to anybody who gives you a gift at the luncheon.
Post # 4
@Pearberry: You are not supposed to know who is paying for what. Nice people do not discuss such things in polite society. Thank your hostess. You know who that is because that is whose name appears on your invitation. If the invitations do not show any ladies’ names, then assume your hostess is the lady in whose home the party takes place. If the party is at a rented hall or hotel, assume your hostess is the lady who is greeting people at the door.