Writing a thank you note

Writing a thank you note

Sending a lovely thank you note is an art that’s simple to master and one that shows you care.

Today, it is all too easy to send a thank you text or email, but there is simply nothing like the joy of receiving a thank you note in the mail. Not only does it make the person you are writing to feel appreciated, it also says a great deal about you, your manners and of course your sense of style!

When to send a thank you note

A thank you note should be written on receipt of a present, hospitality or some other kindness and posted within the week.

Wedding thank you notes should be sent as soon as possible after the newlyweds return from their honeymoon.

That said, better late than never is most definitely the case.

How to write a thank you note

While a thank you note should always be written from the heart, including the 4 key points as listed below will help with the format and flow of the note.

  1. A greeting
  2. A message of thanks
  3. A mention of how useful the gift will be
  4. A suggestion to see them soon

Thank you note stationery

To ensure writing thank you notes is a joyous experience, rather than a painful task we recommend having lovely stationery to hand, be it personalised or boxed. Lined envelopes are also a lovely touch and ensure that no-one will be able to read your correspondence.