From the moment you get engaged until you are back from your honeymoon, there will be many reasons to write thank you notes to everyone. Nothing says "Thank You", like a hand written thank you note for anything from a gift, to just a thank you to say, "thanks for calling" or thank you for being my friend! Try to stay away from using email, phone calls and text messages for the special thanks to everyone.
Nothing says Thank You, like a hand written thank you note for anything from a gift, to just a thank you to say, "thanks for calling" or thank you for being my friend! Here are some recent tips I found from our etiquette expert, Emily Post, Etiquette, 17th Edition
I was recently interviewed by Kyra Kyles from the Chicago Tribune's Red Eye about Wedding Etiquette for the Weekend Wedding Addition published on June 16th, 2007. Click here to see the article
I recently attended the "Association of Bridal Consultants":http://bridalassn.com annual Business of Brides Conference in San Jose, California from November 13th - November 16th, 2005
Peggy Post of the "Emily Post Institute":http://emilypost.com was the keynote speaker at the event. She spoke about business etiquette and general wedding etiquette. I was excited to receive a copy of her new book “Wedding Etiquette” which is to hit new stands in February of 2006. The conference was the biggest conference in its twenty-four year history. There were 334 attendees from all areas of the United States and Japan. The conference included a trade show of wedding vendors, two off site parties, and seminars during the day. My attendance is part of my ongoing commitment to be a premier wedding consultant and to learn about the new trends hitting the wedding market.