Four Tricks To Writing Good Wedding Thank You Cards

Published: 11th February 2011
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Have you just had a wedding? Did you have a lot of support from your friends and family? Are you now planning to go for a honeymoon? This can be a very good feeling, but we tend to forget so quickly of who made the day a success. This is the reason why you should have some etiquette tips that will guide you on what to do after your wedding. Wedding thank you cards are a special way of showing your appreciation to all those people who made your wedding a success through attending or by helping you in one way or another. But what is the best way of saying thank you to these people. These are tips you should consider.



The first thing you need is the list of those people who supported you in some way, either by giving you gifts on your wedding day, or by helping you out through the planning process to see through the success of your wedding. This list will be very important because they are the target of your wedding thank you cards. When addressing the cards, be sure to be very polite and respectful. Appropriate addressing the cards means that you understand the persons whom you are sending the cards, and that you respect them as well. Use the word "dear" plus the title such as aunt, mister, and so on on the cards.



It is also very important for you to be personal in your thank you notes and cards. Just stating "thank you for your support" is not enough when you are writing the wedding cards. You should get down to the final details to show exactly why you are thanking them. For instance, if they brought you a diamond wall clock, you would say, "Thank you for your diamond clock gift. It has really made our house glamorous." This is very important because you will make the appreciation look more genuine and specifically for them. Do not generalize things in your wedding thank you cards.



Be very careful with the point of view when writing wedding thank you cards. Avoid as much as possible making the thank you cards about you and your experiences. Make the card as much as possible about the recipient of the card. Ensure you concentrate the details of the cards on the persons who sent you the cards. Elaborate much about their generosity than what you think about their gifts. This makes the cards more interesting to read and it makes a lasting impression to those whom you are sending to.



Finally, the way of ending your wedding thank you card is very important. This is determined by a number of factors. First, the relationship between you and those who brought you gifts on your wedding day matters. You can end your card with "Sincerely" if the person you are sending the card is not so close to you the way you can be casual with your friends. However, if they are family members or close friends, it would be good to end the card with "Love" as you sign out. If you haven't had your wedding, there are a lot of tips you need to know. You can save a lot of money and celebrate the wedding you have ever dreamed of.



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