Post # 1
Do you find yourself pretty much using the exact wording on most your thank you cards?? I’m trying really hard not to sound like a broken record and personalize each a little, but it just seems impossible and they pretty much all sound exactly the the same.
Post # 3
yes they are. I tried to personalize each thank you card, but it’s pretty much impossible. It drove me crazy! I wouldn’t worry about it though. Only you will notice that they sound the same. It’s not like all your guests are going to get together and compare them:)
Post # 4
I can understand what you mean, however, it will not sound that way to your guests, who will only read it once. As long as you personalize it, i.e (thank you for the Macy’s gift card, we will use it to buy a lovely vase so that we have a permanent reminder of your kindness, etc), it will sound authentic and original.
Post # 5
I tried making them not so repetitive by including HOW we would be using each gift(“we will be using the Kate Spade fine china to pefect our dinner party look!”) but yeah, they are very repetitive!
Post # 6
@med700: I did try to do that with tangible gifts, but most of mine were cash gifts so its making it a little harder.
Post # 7
@pinkshoes: Oh, yea…they can seem quite repetitive. When your writing the thank you’s for cash try to put something in them that can be more personal or tangible (i.e. putting it towards our new home, furniture, etc). Hope this helps some.