Wedding Thank You Card Ideas

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Wedding Thank You Card Ideas
Each wedding gift requires a handwritten thank-you note. (silver thank you image by Brett Mulcahy from Fotolia.com)

Your friends and family chose your wedding gifts with care, so you need to send appropriate thank-you notes. OurMarriage.com suggests sending a thank-you note for each gift, even if gifts come from the same person. If your best friend gives you a bridal shower gift and a wedding gift, you should send two thank-you notes. Thank-you notes can be creative, personalised or formal.

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Thank-You Notes to Match Your Theme

The most traditional thank-you notes often come with the wedding invitations and match the invitations in theme, colours and style. These work well for a large, formal wedding but you can use them for any wedding. You might also choose store-bought thank-you notes to match the colours, theme or flowers of your wedding.

Photo Thank-You Notes

Some wedding photographers will offer thank-you notes featuring a photo of you and your new spouse. You can also make photo thank-you cards on the Internet using your own photos. Many wedding guests will appreciate a photo card with your wedding picture on it, but be sure to include a handwritten note mentioning the gift the guest gave you. Emily Post warns against simply signing a note or card with a printed message.

Homemade Thank-You Notes

If you are imaginative and good at crafts, you can make your own thank-you notes. Handmade thank-you notes feel particularly at home for a wedding that you planned and designed yourself. Use scrapbooking supplies, stamps, an embossing gifts or other crafts to make your thank you notes. Unless you had a small wedding, you will probably want to limit your homemade cards to close friends and family.

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