When you attend a dinner at someone’s home and cannot help praising the reception, food and the gathering, it becomes necessary that you express your feelings in a formal way. Writing thank you letters is a nice way to get your message across and make the organizers of the dinner think that their guests left home happy and satisfied.
Start the email with subject. You can write things like “Thank you for the lovely dinner” in the subject line.
Address the recipient by their name. You can write Dear (name of the reader). If the dinner was arranged by a company or a group, you can use “Dear All.”
The first paragraph of the thank you dinner email should state directly that you were extremely satisfied with the reception and the overall dinner. Since you are writing an email, the letter should be short and precise. No one has the time to read long letters; so be clear and to the point in the opening paragraph.
The second paragraph should focus on how good the dinner was. If you liked something particular at the event, mention it in your email. Most of the times, a thank you dinner email should not be longer than one paragraph, but adding some details does not kill the purpose of the message.
Conclude the letter by saying thanks once again.