Address each note properly. When sending the notes, you should address each one to the individual(s) who signed the gift card. The greeting inside can address them by first name if you have a close relationship with them; otherwise, simply use ”Mr.” and/or ”Mrs.”
Don’t procrastinate! Formal etiquette dictates that thank-yous for shower gifts should be sent within ten days and those for wedding gifts should be sent within two weeks after returning from the honeymoon. Moreover, gifts received prior to the wedding should be acknowledged immediately. That being said, if you happen to fall behind, rest assured it is never too late to be gracious!
There are many things that need to be organized and position in place such as the venue where the party is to be held, number of guests, variety of food to be prepared, themes for the party, lights and sounds, and the invitation cards.
The celebration of your wedding anniversary is one of the anticipated events that can happen yearly. You can choose to have a grandiose celebration and create unique invitations for your guests.
No, if you thank someone at the time they give you the gift, you do not have to send a thank you note. However, if the person when to a lot of effort (made you a quilt, found some rare thing you collected.) it is a very nice thing to let them know how much it meant to you with a little note. We all like personal mail and we all get very little of it. So five minutes of your time and a 37 cent stamp can really add joy to the giver’s day.