Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Why You Need Thank You Cards On Hand During Wedding Planning (and free thank you cards from Tiny Prints)

I love greeting cards. I'm one of those people who sends them for everything: birthdays, anniversaries, Wednesdays. Whatever excuse I can make to send a card, I will.

And don't even get me started on keeping cards. I have all our engagement cards, all my bridal shower cards, all our RSVP cards, and all our wedding cards. Right now, they're sitting in various bags and piles, but I'll figure out exactly how I want to collect and display them, and that's what I'll do.

I also have a stack of thank you cards ... for just in case. I always like to have them on hand. In fact, when we got engaged, my friend Nicole gave me a box of thank you cards that she had leftover from her wedding. And as soon as our party was over, I was able to start writing thank yous. It was just so convenient. 

It's so important to have thank you cards on hand when you're wedding planning. Find out why (and how to get some free) right now at

Why You Need Thank You Cards On Hand During Wedding Planning

If you're engaged, I suggest you pick up some thank you cards now. That way, you'll have them in case a gift arrives at your doorstep.

I'm gonna be honest. My friend Mallory sent us a gag gift when we got engaged, and I can't remember if I sent her a thank you card. And that probably means I didn't send her one. Which is awful, bad form, and very much not like me. I blame being blinded by my new ring. I know I said thank you to her with a text or call or Facebook message or all three, plus a blog post, but seriously, a card is so much better. That's why you need them.

You can run to the store and pick up a box, order them on Amazon, or get ten free right now. Tiny Prints has an offer where you can get ten free holiday cards. Just enter the code 10FREECARDS at checkout by November 12. You'll have to pay shipping, but the cards themselves will be free. Now yes, these are specific to holiday cards, but I've gotten very good at many any holiday cards look generic and turned into thank you cards. Just be aware of the text on the cards.

And, if you're done with your planning, you could always pick these up for a friend who is engaged (or your next friend who gets engaged). It's a great gift -- one that I give to all my engaged friends!

BRIDAL BABBLE: Did you order these thank you cards?

Get help with your wedding thank you cards:

The Ultimate Guide To Wedding Thank You Cards


  1. I save cards, too! I like how Treat sends an actual card, not an e-card. Unless you go to the dollar store for the .50 or $1 cards, $3.49 is going to be about the price you would pay for a Hallmark card, plus your gas and time to drive out to get it.

    Aria H.

  2. Thanks for the heads up. Can't beat a deal like this.

  3. This is the best possible offer for me - a definite greeting-card/paper-goods addict! Thanks so much!

  4. That would be fun to do. Thanks for the info.

    slehan at juno dot com

  5. Going to do this right now! There was an engagement in my family last night so this would be perfect : )

  6. This is a great little offer---I also love greeting cards and paper goods. I keep both, long past the time they should be kept! And free works for all

  7. I love giving (and getting!) personalized cards! Thanks for sharing this one from Treat!

  8. Love wedding cards as well. Will be bookmarking your post if any upcoming weddings are happening