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.
There are so many styles and designs to choose from. You can have piano shaped or topiary shaped or whatever shape you want, it really all depends on your theme and your taste. Just remember, creative and well thought out place card holders will add the perfect finishing touch to your big day, and they will delight your guests so much that they’ll definitely hold on to them even long after your wedding.
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.
Address each note properly. When sending the notes, you should address each one to the individual(s) who signed the gift card. The greeting inside can address them by first name if you have a close relationship with them; otherwise, simply use ”Mr.” and/or ”Mrs.”
There are many different ways and reasons one would sent a thank you card. Most people would think that thank you cards are only sent for wedding gifts and so on. But you could send thank you cards for birthdays, graduation,weddings, engagement parties etc. There is no limit to sending out thank you cards to people that came for something at your house or where ever.