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asked Jul 31, 2013 in Invitations and Stationery by jessica
  
 

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Absolutely! Just do it right when you get back from the honeymoon. If you don't like writing too much, you can create personalized postcards, with a photo from the wedding that says "thank you" on it, and just write a brief note on the back that says something like: "Thank you so much for celebrating our wedding with us! We also really loved the _______ you sent." (KEEP TRACK OF WHO GIVE WHAT GIFT!)


answered Aug 3, 2013 by samantha
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Remember that people took the time to attend your wedding and select a gift for you. Many traveled far, took a day off from work, rented a car, stayed overnight in a hotel . . . writing a thank-you is a small effort on your part which shows your appreciation. Think about it . . . write even one thank-you a day and you will have all your cards done with in less than six months.


answered Aug 21, 2013 by Harpist Miriam Shilling(expert)
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My new husband addresses each envelope and I wrote the note. I even had a fabulous gift of two tall silver candlesticks which came without a card. There were two older couples, both close to my family, who attended the wedding and were very kind and gracious. As I was sure that the candlesticks came from one of them, I wrote two very nice thank you notes... not mentioning the item but thanking them for their generosity. They never had to complain to my Mom that they never got a thank you. One of them gave a very generous gift to our first born. Also, we did all of the writing at night in front of the TV... it was not a pain in the you know where at all!


answered Sep 10, 2013 by anonymous
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I'd like to know what you feel is a justifiable excuse for not sending one.


answered Oct 19, 2013 by anonymous