Do people still send thank you cards for weddings?

Do people still send thank-yous for wedding gifts?

Everyone who gives you a gift should receive a thank-you note, regardless of whether they attended your wedding. But some other people also deserve a special thanks.

Are thank you cards outdated?

According to recent research, some 75 percent of Americans believe thank you notes to be antiquated and obsolete—though it’s worth noting that this leaves a full quarter of Americans who still expect a thank you note when they give a gift. At Grammar Chic, we are decidedly pro thank you note.

Is it OK to send wedding thank yous a year later?

Is it ever too late? Many months may have passed since you tied the knot, but the chance to mail out your wedding thank you notes has not. Better late than never. Whether it’s been 8 months or a full year, don’t let the build-up of having put off this special task be used as an excuse to never mail out your thank yous.

Is it rude to not send thank you cards?

It’s just basic etiquette. As a kid my parents never took the time do thank you notes for birthday gifts. I did it for other big occasions. I would totally do it for bridal showers and wedding gifts.

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What is the etiquette for thank you cards?

Be specific about what you are thanking the person for. You don’t want to simply say, “Thank you for the gift.” That may give the impression that you can’t remember what the person gave you. Even if you didn’t care for the gift, you should send a thank you note. State how you will use or have used the gift or service.

Do Millennials send thank you notes?

Millennials do not say thank-you for either gifts or when you do favors for them,” she said last week from Baton Rouge. … But if the giver is not present, then a note of gratitude is required. “A thank-you note is not arbitrary for the sake of keeping the post office alive,” Post says.

What to say in a late thank you note?

Do you know how to write a belated thank you note?

  1. Honest. Be honest and apologize for the delay. …
  2. Specific. Explain how you will use the gift or describe the kindness and how it helped you.
  3. Brief. Thank you notes can be short and sweet.

Who gets thank you cards after wedding?

Thank you card recipients should include any guest in attendance at your wedding, any guest who could not make it but sent a gift, your wedding planner and all vendors, and anyone who was not invited but gave a gift.