For the next event instead of sending out traditional cards and wasting all of that time and money, try sending an electronic card. With e-cards you don’t have to worry about addressing envelopes or buying stamps. You can simply use one of the hundreds of sites that offers e-card services and create your own custom cards. These sites make it very easy to do and you can even upload your own photos if you like. Fill in the email addresses of everyone on your list and in minutes you can create and send invitations right to everyone’s inbox. It not only makes things easier on you but it makes things easier on them as well because their invitation comes right to their email account making it easy for them to immediately update their schedule.
Know the anatomy of a thank you note. Generally, you should greet the guest, express your gratitude, mention the specific gift, and thank them for attending the wedding (or for thinking of you if they couldn’t).
Write a thank you note to the whole group, don’t send a card. Since they went to the trouble to chip in for a gift, writing short but sincere note is the way to go.
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.
The traditional Wedding card is a written communication from the bride and groom to the guests which has all the necessary details of the nuptial event to which the guests must respond. Typically, it is formal and mailed to each recipient five to eight weeks before the wedding day. However ethnic wedding invitations are becoming very popular these day because they are unique and largely differ from the traditional invitations.