With electronic communication becoming the norm, we find ourselves sending invites or thank you’s for significant events, like baby showers, through a quick text or email. Still, the power of a handwritten note has not been lost. Here are a few reasons why it’s worth taking pen to paper whether it’s for an invite or thank you letter:
Unlike a text or email, a handwritten note is something that the recipient can hold on to and refer back to. Emails and e-vites tend to get lost in the sea of an inbox, whereas a handwritten note can be displayed prominently on a fridge or in a memory box.
Receiving a handwritten note is much more intimate than opening an email. Your efforts are sure to not go unnoticed by the recipient.
In the sea of bills, junk mail, and pre-approvals, it’s nice to make someone’s day by sending them a handwritten thank you note or invite. What a great surprise it is to receive a lovely invite or thank you note!
Unlike an email, a handwritten letter doesn’t have a backspace button. It’s more much endearing when it comes straight from the heart on pen and paper. If you’re considering sending a baby shower invite or thank you note in the near future, we encourage you to disregard e-vites or text messages for a more personal approach with a beautiful, personal card. Your recipients are sure to love it!Posted: Monday, August 1st, 12:54pm 3 years ago
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