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Whoo. Y’all this past month has been a whirlwind. How is it the last week of October? This is my last post with WeddingWire about our planning process! Our wedding was beautiful, and I can’t wait to share it with you. The most beautiful part of it was the people we got to share it with, and one of the best ways for us to thank them is sending out wedding thank you notes in a timely manner!

Today I’m sharing with you how we’re going to do just that! We’re big on thank you notes, and have already started to make a big dent in them (over 175), less than 2 weeks after the wedding.

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How to Write Your Wedding Thank You Notes

How to Write Your Wedding Thank You Notes

How to Write Wedding Thank You Notes

1. Gather Addresses

One of the best ideas my mom had for the wedding, was asking for people to write their addresses on envelopes for us. Getting people’s addresses for invites was really hard (since a lot of our friends are moving!), and having their current address is really helpful! We had our friend design this for us and left out pens and blank envelopes for people to put their addresses on.

We ordered these thank you notes from Amazon in bulk, and it was so nice to already have that done!

*Pro tip: Get a stamp with your current address on it. We got one from Etsy, and it’s been a lifesaver! We didn’t have to print any address labels, and it’s like $11. Such a cute detail for your thank you notes!

2. Write Down What People Got You

While we were opening gifts, we wrote down what everyone got us either in their cards or on a piece of paper so we wouldn’t forget who got us what!

Have this out when you’re writing your thank yous!

3. Follow This Template for Your Messages

Wedding Thank You Note Template

Remember that these are people that you love! Thank them in a heartfelt way for participating in your big day.

Also, try these thank-you fill-in-the-blanks if you’re short on time!

4. Send Them Out Within a Month of Your Wedding

Try to get your wedding thank you notes out as soon as possible! One thing that helped us was making a goal of doing 5-10 every night, and doing about 15-25 on each weekend day. Your WeddingWire checklist should help you with that! Have more questions? Etiquette tips for writing thank-yous, trust me, you really need to!

How to Write Your Wedding Thank You Notes

5. Don’t Forget Your Vendors

Your vendors did so much (hopefully) to make your day perfect! Be sure to review your wedding vendors on WeddingWire to help other brides find them, and for them to win awards! If you want to thank them in other ways too, check out this post on fun vendor gift ideas

How did you get your thank you notes out so quickly? What is your favorite thing to get in the mail?

xx

Ashley

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  • Having a template for writing thank you notes makes the process so much faster! I used a similar template with the addition of maybe a quick personal story or an idea of how we might use the gift as a couple!

  • Rachel Ritlop

    Handwritten thank you notes are always great. However, having a template can make life so much easier!

  • Adriana

    I can only imagine how helpful a template is! Great post, they’re definitely a necessity!

  • Miss ALK

    I’m a big fan of handwritten thank-yous, but I can imagine it must be overwhelming to do them for a wedding! Such helpful tips! Good luck finishing all of them! 🙂

    xoxo A
    http://www.southernbelleintraining.com

  • Congrats on getting married!! Such helpful tips, especially breaking it down into a few each night!

  • Such a great tip about getting the addresses! I didn’t do that when I got married and found myself texting everyone to get their info – not exactly efficient.

  • I am definitely keeping this post in mind when I get married one day. I think handwritten thank you notes are under utilized but so so wonderful!

  • What a great template to use! Would definitely come in handy when writing thank you notes!

  • mckenna bleu

    This awesome! I’m going to share this with some friends of mine that are getting married.

  • Anna Hubbard

    These are great tips & a wonderful template!

  • Angeline Holub

    This is so helpful! I know couples that took foreverrrr to write all their thank you notes.

  • These are great tips! Definitely saving this for later once I get married 🙂

  • Love the address idea- that would make life so much easier!
    -Nicholle
    http://www.nichollesophia.com

  • Kaitlyn Fickle Killebrew

    This post is so necessary! Ill pass this on to some friends I have getting married!