Post # 1
So my FIs family just threw me an amazing bridal shower earlier today. Being the eager beaver I am I have already started working on the thank you cards..
Now here is the question.. on gifts I got from multi families. (eg. Mother and Daugther that don’t live together) should I be sending one card thanking them all to the elders house.. or seperate thank you cards to each household? I’m confused on how I should be doing this.
Help is appreciated! Thanks
Post # 3
A separate card to each house/apt, etc. If some of them live together it is okay to include all the names that live together on the same card, since the gift was a joint gift.
Post # 4
This might not be what the “rules” say, but in this case I’d probably just send one. If they’re close enough to share a gift, I’d think they’d be close enough to share a thank you card. If you have the time and care to send separate ones, I’m sure they’d appreciate it…but I probably wouldn’t 🙂
Post # 5
I would send separate cards if the people live in more than one house. They got you lovely gifts so a using a stamp is the least you can do to say thanks!
Post # 6
@noritake22: is correct. If we expect our guests to know and follow rules of etiquette, (e.g RSVP’ing promptly and not adding guests), the we should follow them also.
Post # 7
Seperate thank you’s would be appreciated!
Post # 8
Awesome. Thanks all 🙂
Seperate cards have been done and will hit the mail tommorow. I don’t know why I had a brain fart with this. I’m glad I asked, I definately don’t want to do anything to offend anyone after they had such a lovely party for me.
We mailed seperate invites it makes total sense to mail seperate thank yous. I think I’m just starting to feel overwhelmed and my brain is on pause.
Thank you everyone for your input!