Thank You Card Wording

A thank you card or letter should be sent from the bride and groom to acknowledge every present received. A thank you card should also be sent to all the people that made the day possible, including parents, best man and bridesmaids, many brides also send a thank you to their suppliers and the minister.

It is perfectly acceptable to wait until you have come back from honeymoon and settled into married life before you send thank you cards, but it is polite to have sent them before 6 weeks has passed.

Usually you will hand write thank you cards, as this lends an intimacy and you don’t want your guests to feel that you haven’t made the effort. But as a guide to what you may like to write in a thank you card, here are some suggestions:

 

T1

Karen and John

would like to thank you

for your generous gift,

your good wishes and for

helping to make our wedding day really special

 ………………………..

 

T2

Karen and John Anderson

thank you most sincerely

for your lovely gift.

Both the thought and the gift

are much appreciated.

………………………..

 

T3

Karen and John Anderson

wish to thank

........................................

for the lovely gift.

Your gift, thoughts and kind wishes

will always be remembered. 

………………………..

 

T4

Thank you for giving us a lasting

memory of your kindness and

generosity,

The Wedding gift was lovely

Karen and John

………………………..

 

You may wish to make it even more personal and mention what the actual gift was;

 

T5

Karen and John would like to thank

 ............................................................

for

 ............................................................. 

and making our day so very special.