Post # 1
What is the “proper” wording for cash? Is there one? Because that’s all we received except from our landlord (a nice couple plus I’ve lived here over 6 years). We put it all in the bank and looked at it as it paid at least half our honeymoon 🙂
We plan on the whole thanks for attending (if they did) and all but for the cash/check gift part?
“Thank you for your generous gift.”? I noted how much each person/couple gave but you don’t mention the amount like you would a physical gift do you?
Thanks in advance!
Post # 3
You are correct. You do not mention the amount. Generous gift is perfect.
Post # 4
I always say “thank you for the thoughtful gift” or something along those lines.
Post # 5
i would say “thank you for your generous gift,” like PP mentioned, but maybe take it a step further and say “it really helped with our honeymoon expenses” or something like that. adding that personal touch lets them know what you used it for and i’m sure they’d appreciate knowing they helped you pay for your honeymoon!
Post # 5
I usually thank you for the lovely card and the generous gift (or kind words if they wrote something) and then mention what I used it for, like putting it towards your honeymoon (or you can go really specific and say like we’ll be using it to enjoy some snorkelling). I don’t mention dollar amounts or cash.
Post # 6
I agree with pp’s that you ought to avoid mentioning the specific amount, but I would tell them what you will use it towards. People like to know they have helped you to purchase something special, rather than just daily expenses.
Post # 7
Yup as others have said. Thank them for their gift. Don’t mention amount. Personally whenever i say thank you for a cash gift I like to tell the gifter what I spent it on so they can feel like they’ve contributed to something in particular so in your case is mention a special meal or trip you took on honeymoon maybe.
Post # 8
We also received mainly cash gifts and our thank you cards will read along the lines of “thank you for your generous gift” along with a mention of how it contributed to our honeymoon expenses. I’m not sure if we will alter the wording to those my husband believe gave much less than what could be considered “generous” and “expected” based on what his family gave them on their weddings etc but that’s a whole other kettle of fish…
Post # 9
I use generous Or very generous depending on the amount. I also added that we would be using it for home improvements. I also said we were very happy that they were there to share our special day with us.
Post # 10
We used “Thank you so much for your generous and thoughtful gift. We used it to do XYZ in our house” and left it at that. We didn’t list the actual cash amount.