Post # 1
Is it okay to give thank you cards for wedding gifts in person? I have thank you cards that are written and can be mailed today or tomorrow, but, tomorrow, we will also see nearly everyone in person at a housewarming/very young child’s birthday gathering. We received a number of these gifts (cards) from the same friends at events we saw them at last weekend. Could/should we give cards out discreetly at the event or could that be rude even if we only give the cards when we are one-on-one with a gifter?
(Whether we give thank you cards to gifters in person tomorrow or not, we won’t talk about the wedding except very briefly if asked- we are very excited about celebrating the purposes of the get-together instead of talking even more abt our wedding.)
We aren’t trying to save on postage- I just realized that ppl could have them tomorrow instead of next week if we give them out in person. What do you think?
Post # 2
I wouldn’t give them out directly at someone else’s event.
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2015 - Golf Course
I wouldn’t give them out at the even that you’re thinking of, but I think it would be fine to give if you see these people otherwise. At someone else’s birthday probably isn’t appropriate though.
Post # 4
I personally would mail them just because I really enjoy getting mail that isn’t bills or junk.
Post # 5
- Wedding: February 2014 - Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
I gave most of mine out in person. Still have a few to mail out. However, the ones I gave in person definately received theirs faster. I am a slight procrastinator when it comes to things as such but for the ones I have to mail out I am waiting for professional photos to come back on USB drive so I can order prints cheaper than through her website. I want to give them a thank you note with a professional pic of me and husband and pic of themselves at teh wedding. So its taking a bit longer because there are a few pics she has to finish editing.