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.”
Weddings are very nice, but they are also very expensive affairs. Just the printing of the invitation cards can go to a total of several hundreds or even thousands. In addition to this there are the engagement parties that also involves invitations and other expenses. You must search out the ways that you can use to save money on your engagement by finding a way to get the invitations for free from websites available online.
Invitation cards differ from the type of celebration, to be conducted and in this case, having an invitation card for your anniversary simply focuses on the number of years you are celebrating your wedding. You can create invitation cards for silver anniversary, golden anniversary and any other anniversary.
Document each gift. Chances are you’ll be writing so many thank you notes throughout your engagement and post-wedding that it will be impossible to keep it all straight in your head. So to stay organized, keep separate guest lists for each wedding event (e.g. bridal shower, engagement party, wedding) and document what each guest gives you at the time you receive it.
Know the anatomy of a thank you note. Generally, you should greet the guest, express your gratitude, mention the specific gift, and thank them for attending the wedding (or for thinking of you if they couldn’t).