The Lost Art Of The Thank You Note
In the hustle and bustle of this new age of technology, it’s easy to forget how much of an impact a handwritten thank you note can have. Between emails and text messages, the handwritten thank you note, and even the thank you note in general, has been left to the wayside. For that reason, sending a handwritten thank you note has become a great way to stand out and be memorable in this informal information age. Those who receive your handwritten notes will assuredly appreciate that you took the time and effort to sit down and write from the heart, instead of shooting off an email or text message.
A common use for the thank you note is to express thanks for gifts received at a wedding, birthday party, for Christmas and other events. Gifts can also come in a non-physical form, such as time or resources, such as a prepared meal or helping out around the house, etc. There is no better way to make someone feel their hard work was appreciated and helpful than a heartfelt, handwritten thank you.
We have a large selection of thank you notes and cards available. We even have several thank you cards that match our invitations, from weddings to Birthday parties. All of our thank you cards are printed on 100% recycled paper, and offer plenty of room for you to write a personalized thank you.
When it comes to formatting a thank you message, the structure is simple. Start by expressing your appreciation, saying thank you for the specific gift or service. Next, explain how the gift or service was useful and how much you’re enjoying it. You can top it off by expressing hope for a future meeting, but that’s not always necessary.
Most of the thank you notes available on MyGoodGreetings.com come with matching address labels – a nice touch for that organized presentation. Writing and sending thank you notes is a great habit to get into, so it’s a good idea to keep a stock of thank you cards on hand ready for any occasion that may arise.