Your wedding day is over and and you are back from your honeymoon–now it’s time for one of the most important steps of post-wedding bliss: thank-you cards! Yep, you read correctly, thank-you cards. Handwritten thank you cards can go a long way with people; it shows that you truly care and are thankful.
Write your thank you cards with your partner
Make sure you and your partner are working together to writing your thank you cards. Have a system set up for writing the cards, stuffing the envelopes, and adding the stamps.
Personalize the cards
Adding a personal touch can really make a lasting impression on the recipient. Adding a special moment shared with them on your wedding day or mentioning the specific item gifted to you and your partner will make your thank you even better and more special.
Luckily, it’s 2023, and there are tons of ways to stay organized for your thank you cards. Most registries allow you to track the gifts you have been sent, but don’t fret if your registry doesn’t send you a list, we can go old school.. writing down a list of what you received and who sent it. You can handwrite the list but typing it might be easier. Everyone loves their own ways of staying organized so pick a method that works best for you.
Don’t forget to send a thank you card to you vendors and anyone who helped make your big day come to life!