Take a look at these 3 tips to help you create the perfect “Thank You” card

There’s a very good reason your mom always told you to use the “magic” words and that is related to the fact that, in one way or another, they actually are magic. A “Thank You” coming from the heart has the power to move mountains – which is precisely why you should definitely send “Thank You” cards to the people who have taken the trouble to attend your wedding.

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How do you create the perfect “Thank You” card, though? We have gathered 3 simple tips to help you do this, so make sure to read on and find out more.

  • Write them down. Seriously, hand written, personalized “Thank You” cards are the best kind, no matter how you look at this. Thus, take your time and hand write every single card. No, sending out mass-produced messages is not the right thing to do, so make sure you have plenty of time to write every card by ordering them before the wedding.
  • Timing is essential. In general, a lot of wedding etiquette books and magazines say that you have up to one year after the wedding to send out the Thank You’s. However, that’s completely untrue. The best timing is a maximum of 3 months after the wedding, so make sure to send them before someone starts wondering if they did something wrong at the wedding and, as a result, they did not receive their card.
  • Your wedding vendors deserve your “Thank You” too, especially if they went the extra mile to make you happy for the Big Day. Also, remember to leave them with a  good review if you were satisfied with their work because this will mean the world to every single vendor out there, no matter what they deal with in particular.

If you are still planning the Big Day and if you are searching for wedding rentals (such as a tent or a lightning system, for example), make sure to stop by Grand Central Party too. We’ll make sure you get what you need for a MAGIC wedding day!

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