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Bad Etiquette to Send Postcard Thank You's?

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So I was thinking it might be nice to send post cards from our honeymoon spot (Hawaii) to all 50 of our guests, thanking them for coming to Mexico for our wedding. When we get back from the honeymoon, I also plan to send formal thank yous to any of the guests who gave us a gift.

 

is it inappropriate to send post card thank yous? if i do it, should i follow up with a formal thank you card to everyone, as well (not just those who gave gifts)? the post card thing is more of an immediate "thanks so much for being with us" that i thought would be thougthful, but i don't want anyone thinking its poor form...

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I don't think its bad form. I would think its cute you would actually be thinking of us on your honeymoon!!

 

I would send formal thank yous also though once you get back.

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I think its totally fine,.. but then again, I'd wonder why on earth youd be writing and sending thank yous while on your honeymoon..relax and enjoy it girl!! ;]

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