Tips for writing Thank you cards!
There are words with magical powers – and “Thank You” will always rank among our favorite “spells”. There’s something almost musical about a candid “Thank You” people really love and when the gratitude is more than well-deserved, the magic words are even more welcomed.
Obviously, you are grateful for the amazing effort your guests have put into coming to your wedding – and you want to truly show them how happy you are for their presence there. How to write a proper “Thank You” note, though? Here are the steps you need to follow:
Get quality stationery. We highly advise you to order your “Thank You” cards before the wedding, preferably with all the other day-of stationery you are going to need. This way, you will have plenty of time to select cards that are really great-looking (and you will make sure you don’t run out of time too).
Gather your weapons. A sturdy roll of stamps and some nice pens are all you need to craft the perfect “Thank You” message for the wonderful people who have chosen to spend their time (and money!) to be with you on your wedding day.
Make them personal. A proper “Thank You” note should be genuine and personal – so don’t even think of writing the same message for all of your guests. Make notes when you receive the gifts, so that you know who sent them – and use this in your “Thank You” notes. Making things personal will definitely put a smile on your guests’ faces.
Double-sign them. It takes two for a wedding – and all those gifts were for both of you. Naturally, your “Thank You” notes should be signed by both of you as well. This is a small detail, but it is really important from an etiquette point of view.
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