И все же за этот ничтожный срок она изменилась неузнаваемо: куда как больше, нежели имела право по логике естественного хода событий. Великие солнца, что когда-то, во времена своей гордой юности, пылали столь неистово, теперь угасали, приговоренные. Но Олвин никогда не видел неба в его древней красе и поэтому просто не представлял себе, что же оказалось утрачено. Холод, пронизывающий его до костей, заставлял возвращаться обратно, в город. Олвин оторвался от решетки и принялся растираться, чтобы восстановить кровообращение в озябших руках и ногах.
Впереди, в том, дальнем коице туннеля, свет, струившийся из Диаспара, был настолько нестерпим, что на мгновение пришлось отвести .
Congratulations on your wedding!
Hope it was the most wonderful day ever 🙂
Now that your wedding is done and dusted, there is only one more thing left to do..
Oh yes the thank you cards!
Have you been struggling with your thank you card wording?
You are probably thinking – What else can I say other than “thank you for coming!”?
You are here because you are looking for some wording ideas for your thank you cards.
Don’t worry, that’s exactly what you will get from this post.
Here’s the deal..
It doesn’t have to be extravagant. Or does it? 😛
When it comes to a thank you card, your friends and family would much rather reading something from the heart ❤
Try writing something that is more personal. Perhaps something they can relate to.
Ok let’s get into it, here’s my 7 wording ideas for your wedding thank you cards:
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If you would like to keep your thank you message short and sweet, you can easily thank your guests for a few things in a single sentence.
Instead of saying how much you appreciate their presence at your wedding, warm wishes towards your marriage and generous gift to celebrate your new life as newly weds.
You can do this.
“From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank you for sharing in the celebration of our wedding. We felt the love and sincerity all around us which made it the most memorable day of our lives.
We are grateful for your presence, warm wishes and your generous gift and look forward to sharing many more memories with you.”
I love this wording because that pretty much sums it all up!
Photo credit: Kat Stanley Photography
This thank you card is real.
“From the bottom of our hearts we would like to thank you for celebrating our special day with us and making it the most memorable day of our lives. From sweating it out together during the ceremony, to dancing the night away in the rain, we definitely felt the love from you all on the day.
We can’t wait for our trip to Europe at the end of July, which wouldn’t be possible without all of your generous gifts.
We look forward to starting the next chapter of our lives together and sharing many more memories with you all!”
I love that The Lowletts shared a bit of the ups and downs from the wedding day!
You know what’s even better?
Their friends and family actually shared those memories with the couple so I can just imagine them giggling and remembering those funny moments of sweating and dancing together on the day while reading this thank you message!
Let’s send a thank you card to your guests that makes them feel something.
Anything hilarious happened on your wedding day?
Maybe something not-so-funny at the time (oops!) but would be a good laugh now? Those are the memories that will live forever so why not put it on paper to help your guests relive them.
Photo credit: Tim Harris Photography
“Thank you so much for celebrating with us at our wedding. It was the most wonderful day of our lives. It would not have been the same without you! We are truly grateful for your generosity & presence on our special day.”
This line surely makes them feel super special knowing that their presence was appreciated! This thank you message is perfect for thanking your guests for coming and celebrating with you at your wedding.
If you’re also sending a thank you card to the guests who couldn’t make it to your wedding, make sure you personalised another thank you message for them. Otherwise it would be a bit awkward for them to receive this message.
You can find thank you card wording ideas for guests who didn’t attend later in this blog.
Keep reading on..
Oh yes, time to get mushy!
If you guys had a ‘Romeo and Juliet’ kind of love, perhaps there is a few people you need to really thank for being with you through the journey.
These are the people who has really been on your side and hey it’s worth sending a personalised thank you message that is a bit mushy! 😛
“Thank you for being a part of our lives and supporting us through our journey. We were so blessed to have you celebrate and be a part of our Wedding day.
Thank you for your abundant generosity and kindness with your gift, we are beyond grateful.
We love you and can’t wait to celebrate the future with you!”
I said mushy, not cringy..
You can say “We love you” in a thank you card if you really mean it.
Your forever friends will definitely appreciate such lovely words!
Send something to your forever friends that says “We love you and can’t wait to celebrate the future with you!”.
Photo credit: Zoe Morley Photography
Are you a bit late to the party of sending your thank you cards out to your friends and family?
Hey no biggie really 🙂
Don’t feel embarrassed that you’re only sending them a thank you card a year later.
Because it will be a lovely surprise for them to receive your thank you card now.
I promise you, it will make their day getting your thank you card on an uneventful day! People are so used to getting bills in the mail that a lovely thank you card really brightens their day. It will also help them relive your wonderful wedding day all over again!
“One year ago we began our lives together. It was the most wonderful day of our lives and it would not have been the same without you! We are truly grateful for your generosity and presence on our special day!“
Wedding Photographer: Ali Bailey
“We sincerely thank you for sharing with us the special moments of our wedding day. Your thoughts, generous gifts and good wishes made our day an occasion we will always cherish.”
Wedding Photographer: Tall Timber Studio
“From the bottom of our hearts, we would like to thank you for sharing in the celebration of our wedding. It was the best day of our lives and we could not of imagined the day without your presence.
We are blessed to have you in our lives and we are so grateful for your wishes and generous gift. We look forward to sharing more memories with you in the future.”
Wedding Photographer: Leigh Warner Weddings
“Thank you for celebrating our special day with us and making it one of the most memorable days of our lives.
From the moment you first saw the Groom in a Kilt, to playing games on the lawn, laughter and tears of happiness during the speeches, to dancing the night away. You made our day so special and one we will never forget.
We are also truly grateful for your generosity and kindness of your wedding gift. Thank you!
We look forward to sharing many more memories with you all.”
Wedding Photographer: Jennifer Harter
“From the bottom of our hearts we would like to thank you for celebrating our marriage with us. It was one of the most incredible and memorable trips of our lives. From sweating it out during the ceremony, to jumping in the pool to end the night with a dance party, we were overwhelmed by the amount of love from you all.
For our lovely friends and family who could not make the journey, we could feel the blessings from each and every one of you with us during our celebration. We are so lucky to be surrounded by a loving circle of friends and family. We are beyond grateful for your presence, warmest wishes and generous gifts and look forward to creating and celebrating many more memories with you!”
Well I hope that was helpful to you. Leave a comment below if it has helped you 🙂
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The wedding is finished and you can finally put your feet up and relax. Suddenly, you‘re reminded that you have one more major task to do before you can officially hang up your bridal veil – write wedding thank you cards!
Taking time to write thank you cards is an important final step in the wedding process. Each of your guests deserves recognition for the support they provided during this special time in your life. Unique wording for each thank you card allows you to express gratitude for the gifts you received.
Although hand-writing your wedding thank you cards can be a tedious and repetitive job, bringing on spurts of tendinitis, it is the perfect time to reminisce over each guest. Think about a joke you shared during the reception, something funny that happened at the ceremony, or just how much you appreciate the distance they traveled to be at your wedding.
The purpose of a thank you card is to make the receiver feel warm and fuzzy. Writing a thank you card to tell someone how much you loved their gift and company at the wedding is personal and endearing.
If you are anything like me, you will probably find an example of a thank you card that speaks to you (potentially in one of my examples below) and use similar wording over and over again. Ensure you include small tweaks to personalize the note.
Okay, 4% of you (one being my husband) are going to write individualized thank you cards, but don’t hate me because I am efficient!
Mention how much you love the gift and how you can’t wait to use it regularly.
You don’t have to write the dollar amount, but let them know how you will use the money.
Send each a thank you card, mentioning the ‘group gift’.
It is always best to keep quiet about gifts you have exchanged or plan to return. In such cases, you don’t need to broadcast the situation or say how you’ll use it, instead just talk about the gift.
However, there are some circumstances that you may not have a choice and must admit to the gift giver that you won’t be keeping the gift, so as to avoid any future embarrassing moments. Here is the wording on how you might approach this situation.
Lead with a positive tone, but don’t be fake or over-the-top commenting on the gift.
Make sure to sign your thank you notes with a warm closing.
The following are all appropriate to use for close friends and family:
Some good choices for friends of your parents or work friends:
Back in the old country, it was traditional for the author of the card to sign the card. Nowadays, some couples choose to sign the card using each of their names. Whatever floats your boat!
Just make sure that if you both sign the bottom of the card, you write the card in first person plural. For example, “We were thrilled that you were able to attend our wedding.”
I hope this makes the process of ordering, sending, and how to word wedding thank you cards a little less painful.
Oh, we’ve got no shortage of things to do around here…
Click here to find 7 Wording Ideas for Your Wedding Thank You Cards. Maybe something not-so-funny at the time (oops!) but would be a good laugh now?.
Now that the wedding is over, maybe you’re looking for wedding thank you card wording. Because while it’s easy for wedding thank you cards to feel like one of those overwhelming and anxiety producing tasks, they don’t have to be. As long as you can muster up a few heartfelt words, you can use the same wedding thank you card wording over and over (and we’ll even give it to you).
But first, we need to take a moment for a Very Very Important Public Service Announcement. Full stop, when it comes to setting up a time and space in which to craft these little missiles of gratitude, it is hyper important to remember that this is the responsibility of both partners—not just one of you (one of you with lady parts). I am truly not interested in whether or not one of you have bad handwriting or just don’t like to write, because you both got married, and you both saw people there, and you both are hella enjoying that blender, right? Ok. (Actually, I don’t even care if you’re both enjoying the blender or not. You still both have to participate.) And really, your partner shouldn’t just pick up the pen and writes the notes you tell them to write. They should really try to pick up some of the emotional load, too. AKA, remembering these notes need to be written in the first place.
Now that you and your partner are working on this project together, keep in mind that once you’ve invited your partner to share this task with you, you’ve committed to letting your partner do it the way he or she wants to. That means that while you can lovingly suggest wedding thank you card wording, you can’t demand that it’s used, and you can’t ask someone to split the labor with you and then micromanage how it’s done. For example, if they send out a note that reads “Thank you for the spoons, I love to use them when I eat cereal” then… that’s what the note says. Splitting this kind of labor early in the game is great practice for the rest of marriage, especially when you welcome the idea that you might do things differently (with different standards) into your life together.
If you’re at this stage of the game, you might find that you need some help with the wedding thank you card wording. Before we dive in, here are a few tips:
So, for when you have to express gratitude to all 175 of your wedding guests, we bring you wedding thank you note wording. And fear not: wedding thank you cards don’t have to be long—they just have to sound like you mean it.
Dear Preston and Cristina,
Thank you so much for attending our wedding! We had the best time, and were so happy you were there. We are so appreciative of your generous gift, and look forward to [adding it to our new car fund, using it to put a down payment on a house, adding it to our honeymoon fund, etc]. Thank you again for joining in the celebration of our marriage.
Lorelai and Luke
Dear Lexie and Mark,
Thank you for coming to our wedding! It truly would not have been the same without all of our family and friends there. We were so happy to receive [the gift], and we look forward to [options: using it for years to come, having it brighten our home for years to come, cherishing it as a beautiful wedding memento, make toast with it, etc].
Jesse and Cèline
Dear Anthony and Stanford,
Thank you so much for attending our wedding! It was such a delight to see you after all these years. We wanted to take a moment to send you the warmest well wishes and let you know how happy we were to see you there.
Rory and Logan
Dear Britney and Christina,
We are so sorry you weren’t able to make it to our wedding. It was a wonderful day, and you were missed. We wanted to make sure we let you know how much we love your gift, and we thank you for sending it.
Justin and JC
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