Guide to etiquette for sending thank you notes after a funeral; who you should
one to, what to say, and what is the proper time frame for mailing them.
After the loss of a loved one, friends and relatives often offer sympathy cards to
comfort the bereaved. While etiquette dictates sending thank you notes for ...
Proper etiquette indicates that people send thank-you notes to people who send
flowers, ... How should you express thanks in response to offers of sympathy?
Emily Post advises on funeral thank-you notes: A Sympathy thank-you note
expresses appreciation to family and friends who comforted or ... Acknowledging
expressions of sympathy at and after the funeral ... Emily Post's Etiquette, 18th
While you don't need to reach out to everyone who comes to the funeral or sends
a sympathy card, it's proper etiquette to send a short thank you note to anyone ...
The whole thing is a etiquette pain in the ass. I wouldn't want to be the jerk to be
the first not to send the thank you card, but I hate it with a ...
Nov 5, 2013 ... If you receive commercial sympathy cards simply signed with a name, no. ... great
age will leave few close friends behind), handwrite a thank you. ... the importance
of ritual and the value of good etiquette. but in this case, i'm ...
It's certainly not required to thank each person who attended a funeral or sent a
sympathy card. However, it's appropriate to thank those who sent flowers, other ...
If you live long enough, there will come a time when you will experience the
decease of someone close to you. It's inevitable. At such a time, the love and
What is the appropriate way to respond to such cards? Do senders expect a
Thank You card in return? Is a non-reply considered rude?