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SAYING THANKS: Tips for Writing Thank-yous

Every engagement, shower and wedding gift deserves a prompt thank-you note. Here’s how to keep the process manageable.

Engagement gifts, shower gifts, wedding gifts – you’ll probably never receive more presents at any one time during your life than you will around your wedding. Unfortunately, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the task of writing so many thank-you notes. Don’t sweat it: the whole process of reflecting again on your treasures can rekindle all your best engagement and wedding memories. With the right system, you can have your obligations polished off in no time. And, your notes will sound more heartfelt and enthusiastic if you write them right away.

Thank-you notes should be written promptly within two weeks if you receive a gift before the wedding within a month after your honeymoon if it’s delivered the day of the wedding, and within a month of delivery if the gift arrives after the wedding. If you’re falling behind, remember, a late thank-you note is still better than no note at all. Besides the fact that it’s good manners to respond promptly, it’s also practical to prevent work from piling up.

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