Post # 1
So we want to do photo thank you cards but watnt o keep costs down. Its ok to use a flat note card w/image adn "Thank you!" on one side, and our hand written note on teh other, or should we spend more money and get folded cards? (its already been about 5 weeks since the wedding, we really need to get the thank you’s out!)
Post # 3
I think its the thank you itself that counts so I dont think there is anything wrong with a double sided thank you card! Id be happy just to get one 🙂 Have you checked out places like Shutterfly to do the thank you cards? They usually have good deals and prices.
Post # 4
I am looking at vista print, shutterfly is a bit pricey in Australia. And regualr plain "Thank you" cards are like $10 for a pack of 10! So we might as well personalize them for not much more!
thanks for the response
Post # 5
I agree, it’s the thought that counts. As long as you have a note that says “thank you” I don’t think it should matter the form of it. Have you thought about going DIY? I did mine using cardstock and a “thank you” stamp from the dollar store, prettied them up with fancy scissors and they only cost about $6 for 70 cards.
Post # 6
Sorry thats what I meant by double sided card – using your picture on one side and writing the thank you on the other side sounds like a good idea.
Post # 7
I think it’s a really cute idea. If I wasn’t so attached to the idea of all my wedding stationery matching/coordinating, I would do a photo postcard! Could you also do a plain thank you card and purchase photo stamps from zazzle? I’m not sure if that would work for Australian postage!
Post # 8
I think it’s a really cute idea! I agree with the other bees — it’s the “thank you” that counts.
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2018 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA
I think that’s a cute idea! Flat (non-folded) cards are totally fine. It’s the sentiment that matters 🙂
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2009 - Cathedral of the Sacred Heart & The Jefferson Hotel
I think that sounds cute, and maybe they would be more likely not to throw it out since it would be more like saving a picture instead of a card.