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#Givinghack: 4 Tips for Writing the Perfect Note

#Givinghack: 4 Tips for Writing the Perfect Note

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With a library full of beautiful and original cards, Tendr makes finding the perfect gift for your loved ones super easy. But for many of us, it can be difficult to craft a personalized note that captures our sentiments. With a few simple guidelines, writing the perfect note is pretty simple. Here are four quick tips to get you through.

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Formal: A classic, heartfelt greeting always goes a long way. For a wedding, try something timeless and romantic such as “May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy” or “Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness.”

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Funny: Go ahead, let loose a little. Write something funny that you think will make the recipient laugh. Be sure to avoid jokes that are sarcastic or anything that could be misinterpreted as insulting. "Getting married is like going to drama school. May there be more comedy than melodrama.”

Tendr Card "Hal Le Lu Yeah!" Spencer Bagley

Religious: People appreciate when their beliefs and customs are acknowledged. Try crafting a message that mentions God or quotes scripture. Try some like “May God grant you all of life’s blessings and love’s joys,” or “Mazel Tov! May the joy that is yours today always fill your life.”

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Casual: It’s not taboo to send your best wishes in a casual tone. Be yourself and feel free to mention a nick name or a memory. Remember to say something kind and keep it short and sweet.

Do you have a go to quote for crafting the perfect note? Tweet us @GiveTendr to share your tips.

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