After the ceremony and a honeymoon with the love of your life, it's time to thank your wedding guests for their support, well-wishes, and thoughtful gifts by sending them custom wedding thank you cards from Snapfish. Explore our creative, elegant, and decidedly funny wedding thank you notes in flat and folded formats and in sizes ranging from 5x7 to 4x8, 6x8, and more. Many of our design templates are available as magnets, as well, giving you yet another option for expressing your gratitude with personalized, DIY wedding thank you cards—with or without photo—that stick right on the refrigerator. At Snapfish, you can create cheap wedding thank you cards that match your wedding invitations, save the dates, and other wedding stationery and that can be used in cases of gifts or money and to thank everyone who came to your wedding—including your parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, bridesmaids, groomsmen, friends, and relatives—and that can even be used to thank someone who didn't attend your wedding. Upload some of your wedding photographs to create a cool, custom wedding thank you card—whether modern, traditional, or rustic—perfect for you and everyone close to you. Those interested in creating something extra special should look at our foil wedding thank you cards—in gold, rose gold, and silver foil.
After you select a stylish, unique wedding thank you card template from our online store, you'll want to set about personalizing it. One common question one newlyweds' minds is how to write notes in wedding thank you cards. Firstly, you'll want to name the gift you've received and speak, with specifics, to how you intend to use it—adding, if you like, a bit of forecasting about your own enjoyment of the gift. As to the wording, itself, it's always a great idea to speak from the heart. You might imagine yourself using the gift to connect yourself with the feeling of enjoyment, for instance, and then put those feelings on the card. When writing a number of wedding thank you cards, it's perfectly okay to repeat certain parts of speech or wording. This will make the process quick and easy and, even with this approach, you can still personalize your messages to your particular recipients (and the gifts they've given you). Take a look at the design templates in our online store for samples of wedding thank you cards—each examples of how to write one. Now that you have a better sense of what to say in a wedding thank you card, let's look at other aspects of etiquette, including when to send your cards. Generally-speaking, two to three weeks after your ceremony is good time to mail your note of appreciation.