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What to write in a wedding card

Wondering what to write on a wedding card

What to write on a card for a bride or groom you know really well.

If you know the bride and groom well, it’s nice to write something personal. You can mention how you know them and what your relationship with them is like. If they’re a couple that has been together for a long time, share some of your favourite memories with them. If they’re newlyweds, write about how great it is to see them start out on their own journey together. You could also mention something specific about their wedding that made an impression on you or that was really fun—it’s always nice when your guests share those kinds of details!

Finally, don’t forget to wish the bride and groom all the best as they embark on this new chapter in their lives! Also, consider writing some positive thoughts down here: maybe something like “we hope you enjoy every day together” or “we love having you as part of our lives”. The point is just to make sure that even though this card may seem small compared with all else going on during the big day (and after), its message carries far beyond being simply “happy birthday.”

When you can’t be there in person.

If you can’t make it to the wedding, there are plenty of ways to share your good wishes and congratulations.

  • Send a card. You can drop your card in the mail or use a courier service like UPS or FedEx if you need it delivered quickly.
  • Send a letter. While this option has fallen out of favour in recent decades, some people still enjoy receiving handwritten letters from friends and family members who aren’t able to attend their wedding ceremony due to distance or time constraints (or just not being invited). If you choose to go this route, keep in mind that stationery stores often offer pre-made envelopes designed specifically for wedding cards—just be sure not to include any inside jokes that might cross boundaries!
  • Send gift cards instead of cash gifts; they’re easier than cash because they don’t require tax forms at all and don’t get lost as easily as cash does during travel times when airports are busy!

You could also do anything else associated with weddings: send flowers (but only those grown locally), food baskets/packages delivered directly from local restaurants where everyone knows each other personally since childhoods spent together playing sports games together on Saturdays afternoons before sundown sets off fireworks every few nights throughout summer nights ending early evening before dawn breaks over mountains every year while parents watch their children grow up fast enough so that one day soon they’ll be raising kids themselves too soon later – which means we’ll see each other again soon 🙂

wedding card ideas

Unusual and cute wedding wishes.

Wedding card wording can be tricky. There are so many ways to say the same thing, and it can be overwhelming to be on the receiving end of a card that says nothing more than “Congratulations!” But you don’t want to write something generic and boring either! That’s where we come in. We’ve got some fun ideas for funny, cute and unique wedding wishes that will help you get noticed without making your guests feel awkward or embarrassed—or like they’re reading an advertisement for your business. Check out our list below for some inspiration:

  • Funny wedding wishes: If you have a sense of humor, playing off of a popular pop culture reference is always a good idea. For example: “I wish you two all the happiness in the world… (Insert name here) 4ever!” or “The love story about how these two met could rival any Nicholas Sparks novel… (Insert name here) forever!”
  • Quirky wedding wishes: These might not appeal to everyone but they’re still worth trying because they’ll make people laugh while also being thoughtful and creative. Examples include “You’d better feed him well,” “May he/she always know what soap tastes like,” “I hope he/she never knows what it feels like to go through airport security again,” etcetera..

How to sign off your wedding wishes.

Your closing should be simple and to the point. Here are a few options:

  • “Love” is simple, but it can make a statement if you’re using it as an endearment at the beginning of your message.
  • They might want to hear their new last name from you—especially if they’ve just changed it because of marriage! The second sentence of this short message would be perfect for that.
  • If you want to wish them well on their new life together, then congratulations is a good way of saying so without being too specific or pushy about what kind of future happiness might come their way. It’s also gender neutral, which means both bridegroom and bride-to-be will feel welcome in reading it!
  • You could use best wishes instead if congratulations doesn’t feel right for your relationship with the couple (or even if they don’t know each other all that well). This option feels more polite than congratulating people directly on their marriage without knowing where things will go from here—but also leaves room open for future possibilities if things work out well between them later down the road.”

Send heartfelt wishes to your loved ones even if you can’t be there

If you can’t make the wedding, send a card. Be sure to mention the couple’s name and wish them well, then personalize your message. Let them know that you’re thinking of them and that they have your best wishes.

Address the card to both of them by name—don’t just address it “Mr./Ms. and Mrs.” or “Mom” and “Dad.” This is their day!

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