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.”
Place card holders make great wedding and shower favors because they come in different creative styles. What’s great about them is, they not only instruct your guests where to sit, they can also be used as a decoration. They can also be used as photo frames after the wedding. Beautiful and innovative, place card holders range from beach themes to winter extravaganza, to trendy designs, you can choose from a variety of styles to fit your taste.
So next time you are in a friend’s wedding and are stuck planning all of the pre-wedding events, save yourself some time and money and use electronic card services for all of your invitations. It will not only make you look like a better and more organized bridesmaid but they are easy to use and Eco-friendly as well. Say goodbye to the days of RSVP cards and expensive stamps and invitations and step into the technological world with e-card invitations.
Write a thank you note to the whole group, don’t send a card. Since they went to the trouble to chip in for a gift, writing short but sincere note is the way to go.
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.