When someone sends you a gift or present for your Birthday it is considered polite to reply with a note or thank you notes. If they have taken the time to find and choose you a gift before spending their own money on it then responding with a simple note is only fair. It doesn’t have to be particularly long or verbose. Just something acknowledging the effort they have put in and thanking them for it.
When writing a card message for someone you may want to include religious words or greetings. If you have a religious family member or friend then you may decide that this is more appropriate and fitting for them. A religious message can be uplifting, thoughtful and comforting. There are also many different religious sayings that fit all different types of ocassion, be it a birthday or wedding through to obvious religious festivals like Easter and Christmas and even something less important like a person’s retirement or anniversary.
Oh no, you’ve forgotten someone’s birthday! Don’t panic though. It’s not the end of the world. With a little bit of schmoozing and a well timed and written belated birthday message you can get away with it. Read on to find what to do and what to say to avoid embarrassment.
If you are sending someone a birthday card there’s every chance you’ve included a message or one was already written in the card. These are usually fairly mundane, and definitely not very exciting. A good way to make your birthday card standout from the pack is to use one or more funny birthday wishes.