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When I saw these tips in September’s Southern Living Magazine, I rushed to my computer to share them with you. Whether you attended a party, are newly married, or a student who’s parent’s have assisted in some way for the coming year, a thank you note is a thoughtful and meaningful way to send a message of gratitude.
1. Start with the date and salutation: Send your note, written in black ink, within a week of receiving a gift.
2. Say thanks right off the bat: Be specific about why you are writing the note. If you’re thanking someone for a monetary gift, refer to their “generosity” rather than mentioning the amount.
3. Compliment the kind gesture: Don’t be afraid to go over the top – everyone loves an effusive compliment, as long as it’s heartfelt.
4. Allude to the future: Anticipate another get-together, or if you’re writing about a gift, be sure to tell them how you plan to use it.
5. Finish with sincere regards: Reiterate your gratitude, then close the letter on an intimate note, signing both your first and last name. Don’t forget to proofread before you postmark!