A: No matter who attends the shower and receives the gifts, all of the wedding gifts are really for both the bride and the groom-to-be regardless of when they’re received — hence, even if the bride herself is the only soon-to-wed attendee, the thank-yous should come from both her and her fiance.
Should both bride and groom sign thank you notes?
Q: Can one person — just the bride or just the groom — write the card, or should both sign every one? A: A thank-you card is generally written by one person, says Lefevre. “Whoever writes the thank-you note should sign the card, but they should always mention the other person,” she says.
What do you write in a thank you card for a shower?
I am so sorry you couldn’t make it to the shower, but I am so appreciative of your gift. I hope you and your family are well. We missed seeing you this time, but send our best wishes! We wish you could have been here to celebrate with us, but we are looking forward to seeing you at the wedding!
Do you put the groom name on a bridal shower invitation?
Make sure to include all of the following critical bridal shower invitation info! If you’re hosting a coed shower, make sure to include the groom on the invitation so that people know this isn’t a gals-only day. However, keep the groom’s name off the invitation if the party is only for the bride.
When should wedding shower thank yous be sent?
For gifts you receive before the wedding (aka, engagement or bridal shower presents), you should send a note no more than two weeks after receiving. For gifts received on or after the wedding, you’re get a little more time. Aim to have those in the mail within two months of receiving.