proper wedding etiquette

@silkyt34 (324)
United States
November 8, 2009 1:38pm CST
A friend of mine recently got married and we were discussing the proper way to send a thnak you card for a money gift recieved...since i didnt receive any money when i was married i wasnt sure how to answer.. so any ideas about the proper way to say thank you for a monetary gift?? thank you
1 response
@dragon54u (31608)
• United States
9 Nov 09
I received some gifts of money when I was married and the protocol for that--as well as birthdays, etc.--is to thank them for their consideration and tell them what you bought with the money. For a wedding I wrote: Dear____ Thank you so much for your gift! (name of husband) and I so enjoyed shopping for the (dishwasher, china, silverware, etc) and settled on (pattern, brand, etc). We really appreciate your help in starting our household and will enjoy your gift for many years. It looks beautiful in our (kitchen, living room, den, etc) and we will think of you every time we see it. Sincerely (Love, Love always, Your friend, whatever works) and your married name. Let them know they made a big difference with their gift and that they have helped you start your married life in comfort, their friendship and consideration is very appreciated.