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Writing, addressing and mailing folded thank you cards promptly is an essential part of wrapping up your wedding. While many brides take on the lion’s share of this task, it can certainly be shared or divided so that neither spouse is responsible for the whole project. Often this undertaking is one of the first shared endeavors a new couple must tackle and it’s a great way to get your feet wet at compromise and problem solving. Consider one of the following ideas when brainstorming how to get your thank you cards out on time.
Many couples divide this important task right down the middle, with him writing the cards to his family and special guests, while she pens notes to her own side of the invite list. This works well, especially if both individuals have good handwriting and are willing to pitch in and many find it easier to write notes to extended family they already know.
Creating several templates for different kinds of gifts always makes writing cards more manageable. Try writing out several versions of a note for cash gifts and then another set for housewares. When it’s time to create individual cards, use each template as a guide, filing in the specific details, such as the name of the gift, as you go along. This strategy is especially effective for couples where one person feels timid about the contents of the cards.
For some pairs, handwriting, available time or other factors prevent them from sharing the task of writing the cards. In these cases, consider splitting the work into different categories, such as writing, addressing, stamping and sealing. Consider using custom return address labels or a self-inking stamp to minimize the necessary writing. Cooperating together on this first big project can result in some fun memories and lay the foundation for better and increased communication.
"Note cards were so perfect with dot colors the colors of the wedding and uploaded picture on inside of note card was perfect. Great customer service too!"
"We ordered as-is in grey, but obviously with our names instead of those on the sample ;) The one issue we had was that the packing slip said (and therefore shipped) 125 cards but only 100 envelopes, and since the "contact us" link doesn't work, there wasn't much we could do about it. We love the cards, but this was definitely the one snag."
"The key is... Make it Yours! Take this attractive paper and let the designer customize the look with you. I removed Thank You from the front of the card, and just put my fiance's name and my name. That way, I can say Thank You on the inside of the card-where it belongs. It's a perfect match to my invites!"
"Thank you cards look great. I am very pleased with my whole order. Brides out there check Wedding Paper Divas for your needs."
"We are having a destination beach wedding, that will be both intimate and relaxed. We wanted a card that represented our style more than the location, but we chose the blue and gold design to also play on the beach theme. We purchased the Save the Date, Invitation, RSVP, and Thank you cards in this style all at once. It was all very easy to do online and was returned to us quickly for review prior to print. We love them all, but there is a difference between the gold color - what I would call a true yellow gold color - on the Thank You card and the "gold" - what I would call more of a sand color on all the other cards. This is fine for our wedding in that it lends itself to a beach theme, and I doubt anyone will be holding all of the cards up to each other to match color (other than me). If your looking for the color to match across the board, this may not be for you. Overall we couldn't be happier with the total product and experience."