(Closed) How to properly thank someone…

posted 9 years ago in Music
Post # 3
Member
330 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2008

I received checks from relatives that either myself or Darling Husband have only met once. For the thank yous, I simply wrote:

Dear                     (I used first names, no Aunt or Uncle unless I actually called them that)

Thank you so much for the wedding gift. It was such a sweet and thoughtful gesture, and it is very much appreciated. We are sorry you are unable to attend our wedding. But you are in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you again for your thoughtfulness.

Sincerely

 

There you have it. I kept it all short and simple. I didn’t specify it was money, but i let the person know that I appreciated the gift and that i thought it was thoughtful. Not sure how other bees worded their thank yous. Maybe someone has something a little less cheesy?

Post # 4
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596 posts
Busy bee

For a cash gift, you can always specify how you might want to use it.  Like "Thank you so much for your generous gift, we know it will go a long way in furnishing our new home!"

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