Q. My sister has yet to receive a wedding gift from a family of 6 that where invited too and attended her wedding. Is there a tactful way of suggesting in a ‘Thank You for Coming’ card that nothing has been received yet? We assume they did not intend to give money because there was an envelope collection at the reception. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
A. No, it is not correct to hint or suggest that a gift has not been received, in any situation. As far as a thank you note, the bride should still thank them for being a part of the special day and express her pleasure in having them be there.