Always send handwritten notes. Regardless how brief, a handwritten note (as opposed to a preprinted one) illustrates sincerity and your appreciation for the gift.
Invitations are a notoriously troublesome thing for any party planner to take on. You have to create a guest list, create and fill out the invitations, address and stamp each invite and then nag people for an RSVP so you can create a final guest list. This process can make your duties as a bridesmaid even more difficult and can be very stressful. However, thanks to the internet there is an easier way to handle the invitation process for all of the wedding related events that you have to plan, this is by using electronic greeting cards.
Christening or baptism invitation cards are usually sent to godparents, friends and family. Regardless of denomination, in this special day the child is officially named. It gives everyone the opportunity to welcome the child into the Family, the Church, and the Community. The invitation includes the baby’s name, and the date, location and time of the christening. It may also state the place for the reception afterward.
The Birthday card, whether for a one-year old or a centenarian, will always be festive and vibrant. The missive contains the name of the celebrant, the invited guest, time and place of the party and additional information like RSVP and the theme of the party.
Call your attorney and cut them out of the Will. Kidding! There is nothing that you can do other than speak to your brother or sister about the situation. ”X, you know that I love Janie and Lisa, but it bothers me that they never acknowledge the gifts that I send. My time and resources are not infinite and I put a lot of effort into remembering the girls on their birthdays and on holidays. It hurts me very much that they don’t think enough of me to say ’thank you’. They are fine young ladies and I know how hard you work at raising them properly.