(Closed) Thank Your Card Question

posted 5 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 2
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Blushing bee

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llevinso:  In the first situation, I would just thank the cousins for their gifts that they have individually. In the second situation, for the daughter that did not attend/rsvp, I would send a thank you note because she may have contributed to the gift, and even if she didn’t, her mother may have told her that she gave something to you or will ask her daughter whether a thank you note was sent to her. Better safe than sorry imo when it comes to your aunt.

Post # 3
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Sugar bee
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llevinso:  I would send one card for the one check in both situations. Since it was one gift signed by more than one person, I would address the card to all of the names listed. Mail to the mother and on the card put “Dear Aunt Mary, Jane, and Bob, …..”

Post # 4
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Helper bee

for situation one, I would send a thank you to your aunt, and separate ones to your cousins. In the cousins card I would write, “thank you for the gift (individual one) and the generous check from you and your mom and siblings…

this  you are thanking her and if she didn’t know her mom signed her name to the check, she will now.

situation 2, I’d send thank you to each cousin and aunt. As she may have contributed w her mom knowing she couldn’t make it.

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