Half the fun of getting married is openings all your gifts. But all those consumer goods don’t come without a small price. You need to sit down and thank every single person who sent something over, or else risk being considered tacky.
Writing a good thank you note is an art. Is has to be short, but it also has to be personal. No one wants to open that pretty envelope only to be greeted by, “Thank you for your generous gift.” Talk about anti-climactic. Think of it like Twitter, but on paper. And with a stamp.
Click through the slideshow for 10 great tips for nailing all your thank-you notes. For the record, it starts with not waiting until the last minute.