Post # 1
I want to write a thank you card to someone you said they sent a gift. I never received the gift. She should she would check on it but I don’t want to be pushy. How can I word the thank you card? She did not attend the wedding.
Post # 3
How long has it been? You can make it up casually. “Do you know when we should be expecting your package so someone can be home? I know you said you sent it [x date] and it’s been [however long] and I’m just checking that I don’t need to yell at my local ups/postal/fedex branch.”
Post # 4
I already mentioned it twice. The second time she just ingnored my text. I don’t feel comfortable bringing it up a third time.
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa
@kcody: in the thank you card, say, “thank you for coming to the wedding, it was so nice to see you…” etc if she came, making no mention of a gift. if she didn’t come to the wedding, there is nothing to send a thank-you card for (yet) as you have not received her gift.
Post # 6
I think you just send a “Thank you for coming” note. Sounds to me like “I sent a gift” is code for “I haven’t gotten around to it” in this case. Either the thank you will remind her to send it, or it won’t.
Post # 7
@gingerkitten: She didn’t come to the wedding…
OP I wouldn’t say anything more about it or send a thank you note. If the sender knows from your previous messages that you didn’t recieve it but they don’t want to follow through to make sure you get the gift, it’s ridiculous for them to expect a thank you note. They may have even lied about sending a gift just to make themselves look better.
Post # 8
I wouldn’t send a thankyou, agree with PP that they may not have even sent one. If I paid for a gift that never arrived I would be chasing that up asap!
Post # 9
If you didn’t receive the gift, no need for a thank you card.