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When your big day is over and you’re back from the honeymoon, only one thing remains. Finish your to-do list with wedding thank you cards. You may feel like skipping this detail after the whirlwind of activity that surrounds a wedding, but it’s important to thank guests for attending one of the most significant events of your life.
Wedding photo thank you cards are an excellent way to show gratitude. They also ensure everyone has a beautiful souvenir. You can use the same images taken at the wedding or a favorite honeymoon shot and mail them in plenty of time.
No matter what size your wedding, you should address wedding thank you cards by hand. If it’s a large event, get help with the stamps and envelopes. Cards for Causes takes care of the overall sentiment with simple and elegant or light-hearted cards. That leaves you just a quick, personal message to include.
Make guests feel special with personalized wedding thank you cards. You can write a custom message when you order online. Or you can choose one of several available sentiments to have imprinted.
Whether your style is playful, elegant or a little quirky, we’ve got wedding thank you cards to match. Check out this fun Tattooed Heart Card for those who are into body art. We also have options for the environmentally conscious with recycled thank you cards.
Don’t get caught up in finding the perfect thing to say to each recipient, or you’ll never get done. Simply thank them for attending your wedding or sending a gift. If they sent a gift, you should mention it and jot something quick about how you will use it.
According to the Emily Post Institute, experts in etiquette, you should get thank you cards in the mail within three months of the wedding date. That timeframe may be tight for couples with large weddings, but any longer and your guests will begin to wonder if you received it.
Everyone who attends or sends a gift should receive thank you cards, as well as parents of the bride and groom and the wedding official. Also, include everyone in the wedding party, as well as friends and family who were involved in any way. Finally, remember the vendors, wedding planner and musicians.
Treat gifts of money like any other gift you received. Acknowledge the gift and thank the sender. You don’t have to include the amount, just refer to it as a gift. Remember to include a note about how you will spend it if that is appropriate.
The bride or groom should be the person to write a short, simple message of thanks. It doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out note; people understand that you have many notes to write. It should be handwritten, however, unless the sender is disabled and cannot write it.