How to Ensure your Wedding Card Messages are Unique
When a friend or someone close to you becomes engaged and plans to marry, you and your friends undoubtedly begin planning the wedding, choosing outfits, practicing performances and speeches, but what you don't do is express your feelings and the rush of delight you feel for them. Your love, joy, and best wishes for the pair as they begin a new chapter in their lives. So, you always end up jotting down either a hackneyed corny note or something formal in those last few moments. Here's how to make sure your wedding greeting card is genuine and stands out from the crowd.
The 3 Step Classic Structure
The most classic structure of writing wedding card wishes is
Wishing Them for Their Big Day: You start by congratulating the happy couple on their new journey and in unison.
Your Message: A couple of lines of heartfelt personal messages extending your wishes.
Express Gratitude: Thank the couple for inviting you and allowing you to be a part of their special day.
A Kind Sign Off: You want to leave a positive and loving impression when you sign off the card.
What to Write
Whatever you write, make it personal by reminiscing about your time with the newlyweds or how you felt when they announced their engagement. A greeting for the pair should be personalized, written from the heart, and include small personal touches.
Add Personal Tone to the Message
You can write your letter in a tone that reflects your actual established relationship, such as official if you're attending a workplace colleague's wedding, hilarious if it's your best buddy, or even warm and loving; informal if it's a close family member, and so on.
Now that you are all set with your card, all you’ve got to do is have fun!