Are you a busy bride, groom, mother of the bride, or mother of the groom needing mobile access to wedding thank you note help? Have you ever struggled with wedding thank you wording? Or, have you delayed writing wedding gift thank you notes although you realize good manners require them? If so, Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Writing Thank You Notes is just what you need. Our book, written over a three-year period of extensive etiquette and gift registry research, provides detailed note samples to save you time and energy. This ebook version even provides links in the table of contents and index to make finding a specific thank you note as easy and fast as possible.
Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Writing Thank You Notes simplifies and streamlines the enormous task of writing thank you notes for wedding gifts. In addition to the 200+ gift specific thank you note samples for brides and grooms, this book includes etiquette information for addressing envelopes, choosing stationery and wedding cards, and much more. It also employs completely modern wording and references so you are not relying on sample thank you notes from the early 1900s.
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Targeted Age Group: 18+
Book Price: $0.99
About the Author:
Rachel Wood Daniels was born in Montgomery, Alabama and has resided there for the majority of her life. She received her undergraduate degree and master’s degree in accounting from The University of Alabama. Since graduating, Rachel has worked in the private sector as a CPA and has partnered with the doctors who created Proactiv as a Rodan + Fields consultant. After brief stints in Birmingham, Alabama and Memphis, Tennessee, Rachel realized there really is “no place like home” and returned to the Montgomery, Alabama area to reside.
Although Rachel never envisioned being an author, a collaboration with her eldest sister, Emily Wood Smith, to help brides and grooms save time with their wedding thank you notes, led to the publishing of “Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Writing Thank You Notes” (available in paperback and Kindle versions) and Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Tracking Thank You Notes” (available in a paperback version only).
Emily Wood Smith was born in Montgomery, Alabama and has lived there for most of her life. She received both her undergraduate degree in Music Performance (piano) and her Juris Doctor from The University of Alabama.
After graduating from law school, she moved to California with her new husband because he was stationed there with the U.S. Navy. She is now back in Alabama with her husband and their 2 year-old son. Professionally, Emily has worked for the government and in the private sector. She is a member of Wood & Smith Legal Services, LLC, in Prattville, Alabama, which is a law firm focused on military law and estate planning.
The idea for the books she co-wrote with her sister, Rachel, Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Writing Wedding Thank You Notes and Something New: The Bride’s Complete Guide to Tracking Thank You Notes, came from her own experience with wedding thank you notes. In a span of four months, Emily graduated from law school, took the bar exam, moved twice (including a move across the country to California), and married. Because of this demanding schedule, her thank you notes were not the priority they should have been, and Emily found herself greatly behind with her thank you notes. Her hope is that these books save couples time so they can focus on other aspects of their wedding and marriage.