5 Expert Tips for Memorable Thank-You Notes

Thank-you cards should be handwritten to anyone who has given you a gift, whether or not you’ve already spoken to the giver personally. This winter-holiday roll call may be the longest you tackle all year.
How can you transform this correspondence from routine to inspiring? Holidash asked a few etiquette experts for tips on writing [...]

Wedding Thank-you Notes

Here are Wedding Thank-you notes etiquette advice from Emily Post:
There is nothing more appreciated than a lovely handwritten thank-you note. Some tips from Peggy Post on turning this obligation into a pleasure not a chore.
When should notes be written?
Contrary to popular myth, the happy couple does not have a year’s grace period. All thank you [...]

Gifts vs. Cash — Wedding Etiquette Q&A

Q: My daughter is getting married in October 2008. Her and her fiance have everything they need for their home. Is it okay to ask for money instead of a gift? If it is okay, how do we word this?
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Answers below:
JW stated: :My advice for money hungry: “No, it is not okay to [...]

‘Thank You’ Goes a Long Way at Work

AOL jobs has an article about saying ‘Thank-you’ at work. Here is the highlight:
Each November, the idea of giving thanks takes center stage in many people’s minds. But in the business world, knowing how — and when — to give thanks is always valuable, regardless of the season. Properly thanking a colleague, mentor, reference or [...]

Wedding Etiquette – Your Most Common Wedding Etiquette Dilemmas Solved!

As one of the biggest and most potentially stressful events of your life, getting engaged and subsequently planning a wedding brings with it an onslaught of questions. As times change and weddings evolve, traditional rules of etiquette have followed suit, only adding to the confusion.

To gain perspective, first understand that “etiquette” is above all about treating people with courtesy and making them feel comfortable. When an etiquette question arises, consider the feelings of those who will be affected. To steer you through the fog of questions, I’ve compiled a quick look at the top five most common wedding etiquette dilemmas: Family Etiquette, Invitation Etiquette, Gift Etiquette, Attire Etiquette and The Cash Bar Issue.