With the holidays come the annual traditions that you, like many, may question the necessity of. One such tradition that many sadly let fall to the wayside is the sending of a holiday card. You may view your holiday card as little more than a reminder to the many people that you may know that you and your family and still around (and thus, should likely be included on their holiday gift lists). Rather, it’s an expression of both your excitement for the season as well as the love and gratitude you fell towards your recipients.
Yet even understanding the purpose of your holiday cards doesn’t guarantee that you can’t go wrong with them. Poor planning can leave you scrambling at the last minute to complete your cards and leave your recipients with a subpar creation that makes them feel they’re not worth enough to you for you to invest the time and effort in making a memorable holiday keepsake. Never fear, however; such mistakes can easily be avoided by sticking to tried-and-true holiday card etiquette, such as:
One more thing to remember: your holiday card also presents you with the perfect opportunity to give the special people in your life a “Head’s Up” on important events that may be happening in the coming year. If you have a wedding planned or a family member that will be graduating, take the chance to notify everyone be including an announcement card along with your holiday well-wishes.
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