Post # 1
I am currently in the process of writing thank-yous for my bachelorette & wedding – the bachelorette happened just 2 weeks before the big day and with all the craziness I did not get around to it until now!
So, the question is: does it seems weird to be sending multiple thank-yous at the same time to the same address? For example, a friend who cam to both events will be getting two separate thank-yous at about the same time. It seems like it would be practical to combine them, but my gut is telling me to send the two separate notes – what do you all think? Would you want to be thanked separately for both gifts?
Post # 3
I think if the girl is a close friend (like a very best friend) it is just fine to combine notes. I wouldn’t think a thing of it. But if the girl is a more casual aquaintance (spelling? lol) then I would send 2 notes, just to be safe. I think thank you notes are so important, and I would cover all my bases with friends you may not be as close with.
Post # 4
I have no idea. I”m dealing with the same thing! I think people love being thanked, and the more thank yous the better. SPeaking of that, I should start working on those. 🙂
Post # 5
Two years ago I would have said MULTITASK! But I got 3 separate thank yous from a friend because of her bach party, wedding gift, and a full separate thank you note because I ended up being her defacto day of coordinator. I wouldn’t have been insulted for the note to multitask, but the separate ones took thought and time and I felt like she really did appreciate it all. I want my friends and family to feel like that.
Post # 6
Totally, that’s what I was thinking – and I should mention that some of my aunts attended my bachelorette as well, which is why I was inching towards doing two separate notes. I would hate for any of them to think I was being to casual about their great gifts!
Post # 7
I may be off base on this one, but I just think 3 thank you notes is overkill for one of your close friends. For an aunt or older relative though, I’d definitely do seperate ones.
Post # 8
For my combined shower/bachelorette party, it was only like 8 of my close girl friends, so I only wrote one card, but I wrote plenty about each gift!
For older guests I would do separate ones. They would probably appreciate it more. Use separate cards, too, like a fun printed one for your bach and a pretty one for your shower? I had some made up on Vistaprint that said “soon to be Mrs. S” that were good for all the shower/bachelorette parties I needed to write ty’s for