9 Unique and Creative Christmas Greetings

May 14th 2019

9 Unique and Creative Christmas Greetings

Christmas cards are a big deal. Everyone sends them at some point during the holiday season, so they’re all trying to make their cards more creative and memorable than the last. What can you write in your cards to make them stand out above the rest? “Merry Christmas” and “Season’s Greetings” are fine for beginners, but how can you become a legend of Christmas cards? How can you knock people’s stockings right off with your holiday cheer?

Don’t worry -- we’re here to help. Here are some of our favorite Christmas greetings for any tone or mood that will make your recipients believe you’re a master of wit and poetry, and rightly so!

Funny Christmas Messages

Showing off your sense of humor is a great way to make a lasting impression at Christmastime. People think “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer,” is funny, and you can definitely do a lot better than that. Funny Christmas cards allow you to flex your comedy muscles and highlight unique aspects of yourself or your business. Our designs include a lawyer reciting his Christmas list on Santa’s lap and a snowman claiming snowballs as his dependents.

Consider some of these creative Christmas messages for the inside of your cards:

“Have yourself a Merry Legal Christmas”

“Christmas makes the other 364 days of the year worth it”

“I got you a new car for Christmas! Please go to the North Pole to pick it up”

Sincere Christmas Greetings

Humor isn’t the right vibe for everyone. If you want to be a little more formal in offering your Christmas wishes. Holiday cards are a chance to connect with others and express yourself in an honest, authentic way.

If you want to wish someone a Merry Christmas and show them that you really mean it, consider one of the creative messages below for your business Christmas cards:

“May the peace and joy of the holiday season be with you throughout the coming year”

“Christmas is the time of year for family, friendship, and gratitude”

“Wishing you many blessings during the Christmas season and beyond”

Traditional Christmas Greetings

Modern Christmases are characterized by lots of shopping and plenty of relaxing, luxurious vacations, but at its core, Christmas is a celebration of the Christian miracle that has inspired faith in so many individuals and families around the world. Card recipients from churches and faith-based organizations love to receive Christmas messages that acknowledge and celebrate the basis for the biggest, most significant holiday of the year. Consider adding these religious Christmas card greetings to your custom cards:

“Let’s take the time this Christmas to remember the reason for the season”

“May Christ’s love and compassion bless your family throughout the holiday season”

“Blessings to your and yours this holiday as we celebrate Christ’s birth”

The experts who craft our greeting card verses at Cards For Causes understand how hard it is to be creative, especially when a select few popular Christmas messages are so commonly and widely used. But if you've come to this page, that's a pretty good indication that you're on the right track creatively! Cards For Causes works directly with you to build, unique, personalized greeting cards that are exactly how you want them. Let us help you design the perfect Christmas card today!

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