Congratulations! Newlyweds! After the romantic and sweet wedding ceremony, both you and your guests are excited and happy with your sweet love, then each wedding gift deserves a thank you card as rule.
The importance of sending wedding thank you cards is not only traditional practice but also a great way to express your appreciation to their attendance and gifts, let your guests know that they mean a lot to you couples and remind them of your sweet big day, is it right?
However, many brides are nervous about how to write a wedding thank you card in an appropriate way, and what content to include, there seem to be a lot of rules and limits.
I want to tell every bride: Take It Easy! Every word expresses your true feeling of appreciation, your guests will really happy with them cuz they love you too!
Here we want to teach brides how to write your thank you cards correctly step by step, just relaxed and follow us together!
The thank you cards are written by you two together is a sweet way to remind you how fantastic your big day, which can also show the true feeling of you two. Maybe he or she thinks the handwriting of himself or herself is poor and can’t write on thank you card, my advice is to take it easy! Your guests will never blame you for any bad writing, all they see is your own handwriting with you appreciate.
Your Appreciate For Their Coming
The first sentence of your wedding thank you cards is always the appreciate for your guests’ attendance. They may delay their trip of the family to come to your big day, may come for a long distance by air to join your wedding ceremony, so write down your appreciation for their attendance first. Also, you can write some words about your happy old days with this guest.
Your Appreciate For Their Gifts
Each gift for your wedding represents the love and happiness to you two of your guest, whatever the gift is, show your love and appreciate to this gift, for example, if your guest gives you washing machine, you can write how well and useful it works, your guest would be very glad that his or her gift helps you a lot.
Your Hope For Future
In this part, writing something of your hope with your guest is so sweet way to express your love to your guest. For example, if the guest is your friend, why not appoint her or him to have a short trip?
Thank You Again
It is polite to express your appreciate repeatedly and do not forget to sign your names!
Dear Dave and Joanne,
Thank you so much for the terrific cutlery set you gave us for our wedding! It’s already coming in handy with meal prep, and the knife block looks sharp on our kitchen counter. We’re touched by your thoughtfulness and thrilled that you were able to make it to the wedding, too. Having you there to share our special day with us meant so much to us. It is enjoyable that trip with you last year, we can have a trip again this year if you have time, and thank you again!
Heather and Ethan
Well, figuring out how to write your thank you cards is really worth the time. But once you avoid mistakes and acquire reasonable and elegant writing methods, everything becomes so easy. So, keep in mind these rules and practice more.
After thinking about what to write with your whole heart, don't forget to single out an elegant typeface, such free fonts are too numerous and easy to download. Of course, you could try some online websites providing free templates and DIY at will.
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