In the day and age of the email, tweet and post, chances are very few people actually take the time to write a note or card, especially to give thanks.
But the fact is that saying ‘thank you’ goes a long way, and when you say it right, it really means something.
A handwritten, thank-you card is a beautiful way of saying that you’re grateful.
Here are some types of thank you cards that you can create to show your appreciation for the other person:
1. Business Thank You Note Cards
A classy note card with your name printed on the front can be a great way to send a thank you note after an interview, or job search. These classy cards not only reflect your personality but are also a great way to show your gratitude with a handwritten message. You can also use business thank you cards for employees, networking contacts and clients or colleagues.
It is a small but significant way of showing that you value their contribution to your professional ventures.
2. Wedding Thank You Cards
A wedding is not just the marriage of two people. It is the result of efforts by many to create a day so special that it is memorable and meaningful. Wedding thank you cards must be a part of every couple’s wedding ‘kit’ and should be sent out to everyone who made their special day truly special – guests, family, florists, caterers, wedding planners, photographers.
Personalize the card with a photo of the two of you, pair it with a quote that means something to you, and voila, you have a classy, personalized thank you card to express your gratitude to loved ones.
3. Personalized General Thank You Cards
Finally, everyone should have a stash of personalized thank you cards in their stationery supplies. These cards are perfect for sending a word of thanks after a neighbor helps you out with errands when you’re sick and in bed or to express gratitude to your child’s teacher for being careful about his food allergies. Yes, a thank you card can go a long way in making someone’s day a lot brighter.
Do you use thank you cards? How do you personalize them?