HOW TO WRITE THANK YOU CARDS FOR YOUR WEDDING | WEDDING MEMOS | GUEST BLOGGER- GIFTS IN 24 | MARYLAND WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
A note from Amanda: We all love sharing great content and thanks to the folks at Gifts in 24, I have a great download to share with you! (Especially my upcoming spring brides.) Once the wedding day is over and the gifts have been opened, it’s time to write the thank you notes. You know you need to do it, but the idea of taking the time to think of meaningful things to say about your 3 blenders is enough to send you straight for the cheese curls and reruns. No? Just me? Well if that is you, then this guide should help you get through the process and onto the more fun things. Like using the blender and making a milkshake. yum!
As every married couple understands, it takes a lot of people to make a meaningful wedding. That’s why you shouldn’t forget to thank everyone who made your big day special. From your bridal party to your guests to your newly minted in-laws, they all helped make a memory that will last forever. By sending them thank you notes, you let them know how much you appreciate their help and participation.
The only problem with writing a bunch of wedding notes, of course, is finding the time and energy to do it. If you’re like most couples, you may feel sincerely grateful and want to send your thanks, but the thought of writing countless thank you notes is pretty overwhelming. It’s hard to know where to start.
That’s why this simple guide is so helpful. It organizes a big task into manageable chunks, which you can check off one by one. To learn more about facing the daunting challenge of a long list of notes, take a look at the attached resource. In it you’ll find a clear formula that guides you through the thank you note-writing process. Get ready to wow all your dear friends and family members with thoughtful, handwritten, personalized words of thanks.
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Thanks to our Guest Blogger: Paul Cervelli is President of Giftsin24.com. Cervelli has more than 25 years of personalization experience in the stationery, invitation and gift-giving channels.