- 7 years ago
- Wedding: January 2012
A day or two before our wedding, a good friend of mine who was flying in from California for the wedding called me to ask what kind of wine glass charms she should make for us as wedding gifts. She ended up saying she would make chainmail charms, which I thought was just the most awesome thing ever. At the wedding, I mentioned how excited I was to see them. She told me that she had gotten us the charms as well as a few other things.
After the wedding, Darling Husband and I opened up all our presents, but we never saw any wine glass charms. We did, however, open up a few gifts without cards. Two of them, because of their very very very unique wrapping paper, I think went together…. and I want to say that I saw them prettily stacked with a third very small box on our gift table, but I’m not positive. If so, then the gifts were just separated by accident when all the presents were loaded up, which isn’t a big deal. However, we never found the third small box that I think I saw.
The two gifts we did receive were kind of unique, and they seem like exactly the kind of gift my friend would have given us, but I can’t know for sure. If I really did see that third box that disappeared, then it would have gone with these other two gifts, and it would have been the perfect size to hold a few wine glass charms. But… I don’t know.
I’m trying to write thank you cards now, and these two gifts are officially still from Anonymous. If my friend really was the giver, she definitely deserves credit, and I want to write her a card. Is it okay to ask her if these were hers? If so, I’m going to have to tell her that her handmade wine glass charms disappeared. 🙁
How would you approach the situation? Advice, please!!!