If you’ve got a wedding to attend or if you’re the best man for one then you will be aware of the little bit of pressure on you. It may be that you’ve got to send or give a lovely wedding card to the happy couple, or if you’re the best man then the pressure is even greater as you will be giving a speech. In fact if you’re the couple getting married then you may also be giving a speech. Knowing what to say in these situations isn’t easy though. A good choice if you’re struggling is to make people laugh. Everyone then relaxes and the pressure eases on you a bit. But being and saying something funny is a lot harder than it might sound.
Well, the big day has been and gone. You’re married now! Congratulations! It was probably a wonderful and special day, made even more so by having your friends and family there to see one of the biggest moments in your life. Unfortunately there’s a good chance you’ve now been bought back down to earth with a bang as you’ve remembered you have to send wedding thank you cards and notes out to those friends and family. They may have bought or sent you a gift, a lovely card or just attended the big day, all of which you will want to thank them for. But what is the right thing to say? How long should the note be? When should it be sent? And how do you express your gratitude in the best way possible? Fear not, as we’ve put together this guide to help with all your questions and worries, covering wedding thank you card etiquette, what to do and not to do, as well as providing a large selection of wedding thank you wording examples.
Celebrating an anniversary, be that your own with your partner or congratulating someone you know, is a fun and happy time. The marking of a milestone in a relationship indicates the love the two people have for one another and celebrates that bond. No matter if it’s the first or 50th anniversary they’re always a cause for celebration.
Bridal or wedding showers are a great celebration of love and happiness. For the bride, having all her friends and family by her side to enjoy and celebrate the upcoming wedding is such a lovely event. It’s obviously a joyous time but can also help to settle any upcoming nerves she may have about the big day. Just being surrounded by all the most important people in your life who are so pleased to see you get married can be incredibly heart warming and reassuring. And we haven’t even mentioned the gifts yet!
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.