(Closed) Writing a thank you card to your mom?

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 4
Member
68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I always include things that I plan to do with it. Example:

 

Mom,

   Thanks so much for the mixer it is going to be so useful in so many ways. I can’t wait to use it to bake my first cake. I was also really happy that you came to my bridal shower, it meant a lot.

 

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Grandma,

The mixer was a GREAT gift. I cant wait to try and make your famous red velvet cake. I am sure I will use it hundreds of times in years to come. I also apperciated you coming to my shower.

Post # 5
Member
332 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I didn’t send my mom a thank you note for her shower gift, I just told her thank you. I agree with you, I think it would be weird and awkward.

Post # 6
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5761 posts
Bee Keeper

You know…whatever you write, as long as it’s from your heart will be right. My daughters wrote me novels in their thank you cards to me and I cried while reading them. I have no idea what kind of relationship you have with her, but anything sentimental and mushy is sure to melt her heart. Maybe even get her a special card that will say what you want to say but can’t find the words?

Post # 7
Member
5787 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2011

I wrote a thank you card to my mom and I spent so much time thanking her for supporting me while wedding planning I ended up writing “P.S. thank you for the food processor” in tiny letters at the bottom. I don’t see why its weird to write your mom a thank you card, everyone loves getting written notes.

Post # 9
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1815 posts
Buzzing bee

I write my mom thank you’s for a lot of stuff (christmas and birthday) and I’ll definitely be doing it for the wedding and shower. Just be sincere. She’ll definitely appreciate it, even if it is corny.

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