Christening or baptism invitation cards are usually sent to godparents, friends and family. Regardless of denomination, in this special day the child is officially named. It gives everyone the opportunity to welcome the child into the Family, the Church, and the Community. The invitation includes the baby’s name, and the date, location and time of the christening. It may also state the place for the reception afterward.
If you have a sweet tooth and would want food or something that depicts food, you can opt for the Mini Cupcake Place Card Holders. Totally calorie-free, these adorable cupcakes will tempt your guests because they look good enough to eat! Each is a carefully crafted imitation of a cupcake and is the perfect place for guests to display photos or notes when the event is over.
Always send handwritten notes. Regardless how brief, a handwritten note (as opposed to a preprinted one) illustrates sincerity and your appreciation for the gift.
The obligatory and often overwhelming task of sending wedding thank-yous may seem like a chore, but there’s no better way to express your sincere thanks to guests than with a lovely, handwritten note. If you’ve got a massive stack of thank-you notes you need to tackle, take heart! From etiquette tips to what to say, here is everything you need to know to make the task a little easier and perhaps even enjoyable.
Document each gift. Chances are you’ll be writing so many thank you notes throughout your engagement and post-wedding that it will be impossible to keep it all straight in your head. So to stay organized, keep separate guest lists for each wedding event (e.g. bridal shower, engagement party, wedding) and document what each guest gives you at the time you receive it.