Choose an article:

Announcing Engagement
He Proposed And ...
Can I Afford A Wedding?
Hire Local
Historical Traditions
Themed Weddings
Etiquette Do's & Don'ts
Divorced Parents
Addressing Invitations
Types of Invites
Invite Wording
Lines of an Invite
Packing Invites
Reply Cards
Reception Cards
Thank You Note Wording
Bar Drink Menu
How Much Liquor?
Booking the Ceremony
Civil Ceremony Sample
Sample Ceremony #2
Ceremony Etiquette
Cake Baker Tips
Changing Your Name
DJ Tips & Questions
Favour Ideas
Flower Meanings
Gift Ideas
Photography: Digital Age
Reception Etiquette
Reception Venue Tips
Step-by-Step Reception
Kissing Games
Centrepiece Games
Seating Arrangements
Seating Ideas
Speech Samples
Toasts & Speeches

Bride's Emergency Kit!
Complete Checklist

Cake Order Worksheet
Catering Worksheet
Favours Worksheet
Final Detail Checklist
Florist Worksheet
Guest List Worksheet
Itinerary Worksheet
Master Itinerary Worksheet
Photo Checklist
Planning Checklist
Planning Worksheet
Track Your Budget
Very Special Checklist
Video Worksheet

Be sure to check out our extensive wedding photo galleries!!!!



Thank you notes should be personally handwritten and remember they are "notes", so don't feel like you have to write individual letters to everyone. Because each thank you will be different, we're not going to tell you what to put on it. We're just going to give you a couple of suggestions on what should be on it.

  • The date that you are actually writing the note.
  • For an informal thank-you, use the name as it is written on the gift card given to you. Example, the individual's name is James, but on the gift's card he wrote "From Jimmy", then on your thank you it would be "Dear Jimmy..."
  • On a formal thank you, you would put "Dear Mr. & Mrs. Brown..."
  • Mention the gift in your thank you "Thank you very much for the lovely candle sticks ..."
  • Mention what you'll use the gift for "We'll have many romantic nights with those lovely candles ..."
  • Whomever is writing thank you is the one to sign the card "Love Mary"
  • Include both of your names in the card "John and I will think of you every time we make a toast ..."
  • Closing terms could be , "Sincerely Mary", "Love Mary", "Affectionately, Mary".

Bulletin Board | Frugal Wedding Crafts | Frugal Feedback | Advertise With Us | Site Index | Photo Galleries
Copyright © 2011