View Full Version : Sending Thank You Cards
03-31-2007, 11:04 AM
We recently had our engagement party and received the one gift from 2 people (they were adult sisters). They live at seperate residences and now we dont know if we should send out 2 seperate thank you cards or one card to the eldest sister but with both their names on it.
Does anyone know what the etiquette is for this situation.
03-31-2007, 02:48 PM
I just had my shower and i got many gifts.. and had many guests. alot of my guests chipped in and gave one gift. I think it is better to send a thnk you note to both people. they both chipped in for it.. the younger will feel cheated if she doesn't get a card because they don't live together. if they lived together in the same residence then i may have done one. but for more than one person per gift at different residences i would (have) sent each one their own thank you.hope this helps...
04-02-2007, 02:47 AM
I agree send one to both. My co-workers I threw a "Bridal Shower" for a guy at work & we each got a thank you card, it was the cutest.
04-02-2007, 04:42 AM
Thank you girls. My FH said to just send one card for each gift and just put everyone's name on it. I will definately be sending out individual cards to each person. It will also give me the chance to make the thank you more personal instead of just saying thanks for the gift I will also include a thank you for coming (and wish you could have come for the partners that didnt attend).
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