- 9 years ago
- Wedding: November 2009
So here’s the story… We invited a former teacher of my husband’s, whom he has kept in touch with throughout the years, to our wedding.When she didn’t show up at the rehearsal luncheon, we gave her a call. She let us know that she was so sorry she didn’t call to let us know, but that her mother way dying and she wouldn’t be able to attend the wedding. We of course understood, and have been thinking of and praying for her and her family.
The thing is, we want to send her a card to let her know that we are thinking of her and her family, but we aren’t sure if her mother has passed away. I am having the worst time with wording for such a short note, and my husband is terrible at these things! What is appropriate to say? Do we mention that we missed her at the wedding and can’t wait to send her pictures, or is that inappropriate? Should we just stick to the “thinking of you” and not mention the wedding at all? I am usually so good at helping other people with these things, but now we have no idea what to say!