The Bride's Thank-You Note Handbook

The Bride's Thank-You Note Handbook

by Marilyn Werner
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The Bride's Thank-You Note Handbook by Marilyn Werner

Painless, perfect thank-you notes!

Even in the era of e-mail, wedding etiquette requires that couples promptly acknowledge all gifts with a handwritten thank-you note—but many newly married brides are unsure of what to say, or how to make these notes special. In this newly revised edition of her classic guide, Marilyn Werner provides brides and brides-to-be with a wealth of notes for every kind of gift (and for any type of gift-giver) to speed and simplify the thank-you note process. This invaluable handbook explains:

· The 5 components of the perfect thank-you note.
· How to keep track of who gave what (and why you need to hang onto the list even after the thank-you notes are sent).
· How to respond to special situations like a group gift, an absent relative, or a late thank-you.
· Model thank-you notes for more than 85 common wedding gifts—from antiques to waffle irons!

The model letters can be used as they are, altered to fit individual needs, or referred to as examples. Werner offers not only an effortless, entertaining, and knowing course in etiquette, she also provides the new bride with what is perhaps the very best gift of all — a super time-saving aid during a very busy and exciting period in her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439189269
Publisher: Touchstone
Publication date: 06/01/2010
Edition description: Revised Edition
Pages: 69
Product dimensions: 4.80(w) x 7.30(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Marilyn Werner is a writer who lives in New York.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For the price, it's ok. It is definately out of date though. Who gives a fashonable lighter as a wedding gift? I wish it had more examples, and you can definately tell that it was written in the 50's.