Social Dilemma-Can You Email Thank You Notes for Wedding Gifts?

Today's social dilemma came about because my niece is getting married and yesterday she called me for some advice.   She and her fiancee are young and they're just starting out.  They bought a house so they're trying to save money.  The wedding is going to fairly small with family and close friends.  When they ordered their invitations, they thought they should buy their thank you cards as well.  But some of her friends said she could send thank you's by email.   She wasn't sure if she felt right about that.   So that's why she called me.   If they did send them via email, they would save some money, but the sentiment would still be there.   I told her I thought it was fine.  These days, you can pick a nice template and send  a personalized message to each person.   I said go with email and save a few bucks.   She's nervous that people will think she's cheap, plus some other family members are giving her a hard time about it.   I say it's fine.  What do you think?  Is it okay to send wedding thank you's through email or is a card absolutely necessary.   Please let me know what you think so I can give her the best advice.   Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.  

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