Personalize each note. Don’t send the same, generic message to each guest; it sends the message that you were tired of writing notes and too lazy to personally acknowledge them. Take the time to pen something individual and thank them for their specific gift by name. You may even want to mention how you plan to use it.
Plan ahead! Whether online or from your designer, order your wedding cards thank you in advance so you are prepared as the gifts come in. You may want to order them at the same time you order your invitations.
The very first thing that you need to have in preparing your invitation cards for your wedding anniversary is a set of computer to be use for encoding the names of guest. This is also the same machine that you need in designing your invitation cards. You can personalize your card depends on your motif, and then accessorize it like adding ribbons, beads, and photos.
No, if you thank someone at the time they give you the gift, you do not have to send a thank you note. However, if the person when to a lot of effort (made you a quilt, found some rare thing you collected.) it is a very nice thing to let them know how much it meant to you with a little note. We all like personal mail and we all get very little of it. So five minutes of your time and a 37 cent stamp can really add joy to the giver’s day.
Another great thing about sending invitations in this manner is that most e-card sites feature an RSVP function. This means that guest can simply check a box that says attending or not attending and immediately RSVP. The card service will then notify you so you have an easy to manage constantly updated list of who will and who will not be attending. The process truly could not be easier.