Ali de Bold
|I don't think so on Dec 15, 2008 @ 10:50 am|
If you throw a nice party and someone brings you a gift it is very important to thank them when you receive it, but I don't think most people expect a thank you note to arrive in the mail afterward. Anyone disagree?
|Christmas Thank You Notes on Dec 15, 2008 @ 11:11 am|
This is exactly what I was thinking. Thanks for your reassurance!
|agreed on Dec 15, 2008 @ 12:44 pm|
In my view, the occasion the overall value of a gift can sometimes be a definer of what requires a follow-up thank you note.
Regardless of value, a note should be sent for things like wedding gifts, gifts that come in the mail (i.e. the giver does not attend your shindig) for birthdays or Christmas.
In most other cases, if you thank the giver properly when the gift is given it is enough. If it's a very expensive gift, I would probably follow up regardless of the circumstances of the giving.
|I also agree on Dec 16, 2008 @ 02:26 pm|
I wouldn't send thank you notes in this case. I would just thank them for the little gifts upon receiving them. :o)