After planning, preparing, and hosting your wedding day, unwrapping the gifts may seem like the final step until you jet away on your honeymoon; however, you may be forgetting one small, polite gesture. Sending a thank you note for attending your wedding shows gratitude, as well as presents an opportunity to send out photos of your day. Occasions by M&K help you with the who, what when, and how of sending TY notes.
When: A grace period of a month or two is custom due to the honeymoon and adjustment period of living together; however, make sure to postmark your cards in a timely fashion, for wedding guests do not want to feel forgotten.
Those who planned/ attended your bridal shower
Those who planned/ attended your wedding shower
Bride and Groom’s Parents
Bridal Party (especially the M.O.H.)
All Guests (regardless if they gave presents)
How: A thank you note does not have to be a hand-written note. If you had a large attendance, a printed card with a message for you and the groom is just fine. Feel free to customize and play with this classic convention.
What: A thank you card can be used to thank a guest for a specific gift or for simply sharing in the big day. If your guest list contained only family and close friends, perhaps try to write out the cards by hand.
Here are some of OMK’s favorite TY note examples:
How would YOU say Thank you? Let us know in the comments below.
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