After sending out the invitations to the various guests, whom you would like to be present at your wending, you will start to receive gifts and RSVPs. Many brides and grooms will attest to the fact that checking the mailbox becomes regular and more exiting during this period. As the gifts continue to stream in, it would be very inappropriate and even rude not to thank the senders for their generous act. While sending out thank you cards is a necessity, there is a way in which you should craft the card, to ensure that it serves its purpose – saying thank you for the gifts and best wishes. Mentioned here are guidelines on how wedding thank you cards should be crafted and send. Additionally, you will also learn what to avoid while writing and sending the cards.

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