Technology has done wonders for wedding planning, from seamless budget tracking to super-easy ways to share inspiration with your vendors. But not everything is better when technology is involved. For example, what if your e-mails find themselves sitting in the spam folder and never reach your guests!
Sending an e-mail, Facebook message, or text is only okay to acknowledge that you’ve received a gift and to let the gift-giver know a formal thank you is coming. However, it’s not enough and traditional etiquette will back us up on this.
When I say handwritten, that includes printed cards with personal messages. There are thousands of beautiful thank-you cards to choose from, and it’s even better when they match the style and design of your wedding invitation. Looking for inspiration?