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21 November 2006 @ 10:26 pm
Thank you cards  
Hello Ladies,
Well, I got married over a month ago now, on October 7. YAY! But,now of course my hubby and I have to get our Thank You cards out. So, I'm wondering, how long do we have to get these out to everyone? Should we be almost done them by now? Cause frankly, we've barely started them!

Thanks for the help.
 
 
 
pretty poet in a metaphorical dresscrackerhead on November 22nd, 2006 11:27 am (UTC)
it's tactful to have them out in 3 months... but you actually have a full year because you'll continue getting gifts from people who hear about your wedding and such (sometimes... we've gotten a couple). :D
Jessicakrystalily on November 22nd, 2006 02:07 pm (UTC)
My mother in law was freaking out about us getting ours out and I felt horrible for not getting them out sooner (we got married Oct 1st) so it's been close to a month and 3 weeks. We got them in them in the mail yesterday. It sucked because I felt rushed into doing them but I really wanted her off my back about them. Apparently some people were starting to ask her about them...

Anyways, I heard it is good to get them out within 2 months, but I have no clue. I just got mine out so it's a fairly big relief and a lot of weight off my shoulders. Good luck!
xxskittlegurlxxxxskittlegurlxx on November 22nd, 2006 02:33 pm (UTC)
i read you have 5 weeks, Mine went out the week after the wedding though, just so I didn't have to worry with it with the Holidays around the corner.
JamienL: easter-b/w bouqetj_lu on November 22nd, 2006 02:59 pm (UTC)
Hi date twin! I am about halfway through my thank you cards at the moment. I've heard it's best to get them out between 2 and 3 months after the wedding...I was hoping to get them in the mail sooner than this, but we've been so busy with work ever since we got back from the honeymoon that we are slowly getting them done. Writing one or two each day is taking forever! As soon as we get a chance we are dedicating an entire evening to finishing them up so we can get them in the mail before the holiday madness hits.