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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.
"It is a traditional style with a romantic feel. I am getting married in August of 2015 and these will be our first monogrammed cards for after the wedding thank you notes. I was able to use the emerald green for the font color to match my wedding color and it is perfect!"
"The paper is a nice and thick quality, my fiance thought they were very classy. I personalized the font in the brown ink and they look beautiful."
"These note cards came out really well. A great choice when thank you notes will be written by both bride and groom. Simple, elegant. Wasn't sure how the burlap textured look would come out on the actual card, but it adds a really nice element."
"These cards matched the save the date, invitations and response cards we ordered for my daughter's fall wedding. With the special the website had for thank you notes when we placed our total order, they were less expensive than simple thank you cards from the big box stores."
"We didn't buy our other wedding stationery from here, but when looking for nice Thank You cards, we wanted something specific - purple & butterflies. Wedding Paper Divas had just the card. This card was well-represented online and exceeded our expectations in person. The cardstock feels very high quality, and there was no fading or blank spots in the printing, which added to the high quality feel. The blank space inside the card allowed plenty of room for personal notes, and our guests were impressed with the look and feel of the notes."