(Closed) Making thank you notes easier

posted 5 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
2831 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@classical_wolf:  Good idea! And you will also be able to tell who didn’t give a gift/ card LOL. Not that it matters, haha.

Post # 5
7651 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

@classical_wolf:  Your mama is a smart woman! We actually had typed out all the addresses on labels to mail out our invites. We also got labels for ourselves, so I actually pre-stamped and prelabeled all the envelopes with our labels. When someone sent us a gift or RSVP’d, we found their label and stuck it on the envelope. I was done with thank yous in a matter of days.


Post # 8
2533 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Usually, when I have to make a lot of “Thank You” notes, I make a cheat sheet – basically, I try to write out several options for each line of the note, and leave blank spaces to talk about the gift of gesture. If I get stuck writing a note, I pick a line and use it as a starting point – super helpful!

I do this because writing Thank You notes can be intimidating sometimes… I want to be sincere, but at the same time I have no idea what to say! I’ve literally spent hours staring at a blank notecard before, trying to come up with the right words.
And forget it – a Thank You letter is even more daunting!

Having a few lines pre-written really saves me a lot of stress and time. And since I wrote the original lines myself, I don’t feel like I’m just copying and pasting (though I always handwrite notes!) some random text I found on the internet. πŸ™‚

Just a tip!

And thank you for mentioning the pre-addressing thing… it’s a great idea!
I especially like the idea of using labels… that way all my addresses are in one place!

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