‘Tis the season… to get your holiday correspondence in order! Here are our reasons for sending out holiday cards this year.
I always knew. I always told myself: “When I start a family, I am so mailing out Christmas cards.”
And so, folks, that is exactly what Joe and I (and Leo!) will be doing this year.
Tips on Sending Out Holiday Cards
I’m a sucker for traditional snail mail, so I’ve had our Christmas cards planned out for quite some time. There are a few tricks that I’ve followed to ease up this holiday process.
You’ll want to make sure that your cards are well-received before December 25th. Ensure that you give yourself enough time for photos, printing, and general correspondence.
Try to handwrite as much as you can: the address on the envelope, signing off your names, your message, etc. It just adds that personalized touch we lose with emails, texts, etc.
Short, Sweet, & Positive
Don’t get carried away with your card’s personalized message. Keep it short, sweet, and free of negativity. Remember: it’s the most wonderful season of all!
Include a Photo!
Your loved ones will love to see how your family is doing. Including a photo makes for wonderful memories.
Are holiday cards a part of your family’s traditions?