Post # 1
Hello, need quick advice on how to address a card a couple that is a close friend of ours. His wife couldn’t come because she was preggers and he didn’t bring a gift. No biggie, because We are VERY happy he came. I am just trying to figure out how to word the thank you card…. any ideas? i.e. – Jon, thank you for coming… Becky, sorry we missed you, congrats on the baby, and hope to see you soon… I am just wondering how to approach it. TX!
Post # 3
I recently had to miss a wedding because I had an awful Migraine but my Fiance went. We did give a gift, but they addressed the card to both of us. I would address both of them exactly how you said it.
Post # 4
I would address the card to Jon, but add a PS at the end with the part to Becky.
Post # 5
I would address the card to both and add something about how you missed her and you wish her a happy pregn.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
I’d also address the card to both! I like the example that you gave as well!
Post # 7
I’m not adding anything new, but would address to both and do like your example. Thanks for that, we actually had a guest like that (except they brought a gift) so I might borrow some of your wording…thanks!
I’ve got a tricky one for you…a cousin and her husband were there at the wedding, but since then have seperated. So, what would you do for that thank you card?
Post # 8
I would send a separate identical card to each if they are no longer living together. The good thing is you only have to change the names! Somthing like:
Jon, Thank you so much for the programmable sock puppets! We are very excited to put your gift to good use. Your presence at our wedding made it memorable and special to us, and we look forward to seeing you again soon. Love, Mr. & Mrs. M.G. Burns
Kate, Thank you so much for the programmable sock puppets! We are very excited to put your gift to good use. Your presence at our wedding made it memorable and special to us, and we look forward to seeing you again soon. Love, Mr. & Mrs. M.G. Burns