"The bride usually becomes the family letter-writer; the circle of correspondents widens because there are now two sets of relatives and friends (yours and his) with whom letters may be exchanged. Invitations which you extend for parties at your home, replies to invitations which you recieve, all these require the personal attention the newly married accept in their new status."
- The Bride's Encylopedia
#1 A Stationary Set
A charming homekeeper will need a complete monogram stationary set in white or ivory so it can be used for both formal and informal writing. It should include:
#2 A Correspondance Plan
Next, you will need a correspondance plan. This is easy! A greeting card organizer box or book will do the trick. Each divider represents a month. On the monthly dividers, write down important:
#3 A Letter Writing Guide
You are now ready to write your letters and correspondance like a charming homekeeper! Use pen and write in your neatest handwriting or a typed letter is acceptable with your signature at the bottom. For general letter writing see:
But what about the etiquette rules of when to send? Here is ...
A Letter Writing Guide:
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.