After the bouquet has been tossed, the cake has been cut, and the last person has exited the dance floor, you'll find yourself cheering with glee over the success of your wedding day. But before it's time to pack up and board your honeymoon flight, or kick your feet up in utter celebration over the end of your big day, you have one more final task to take care of – writing your thank you cards.
The very first step you will want to take is to pick out a design for your thank you cards. Whether you design a card that has the same theme as your wedding invitation, or you go with a new style that you personalize and design from scratch, give yourself a deadline of getting these cards designed and delivered to you before your wedding ends, or as soon as possible after.
Since wedding etiquette experts will say that you have anywhere from three months to a year to send out your thank you notes, getting started as soon as possible, will help you finish your cards in a timely manner, so each and every friend and family member feels appreciated and adored.
From picking out the most memorable and personalized cards to thinking up the best message to write in each one, this seemingly time-consuming task can be crossed off your to-do list in just a matter of days, especially if you remember these five things to include in your post-wedding thank you cards.