Thank You Cards
We can organise your thank you cards in a range of sizes and shapes to suit your preferences. It can be quite nice to include a wedding photograph on the thank you cards as it is a nice way to share one of the professional shots with the family, guests and suppliers you'd like to thank for their involvement in your special day. Not all your friends and family will be able to view your wedding albums, so they might appreciate you sharing one of the wedding photos in this way. This is not always the case though - some bridal couples prefer to carry the stationery design through to the thank you cards and not use any imagery - it is of course completely up to you.
Below: a square (10 x 10 cm) thank you card designed to match the wedding invitations. Below shows the front and back of a flat thank you card where the bridal couple could write a message on the back of the cards.
Below: the following designs are portrait folded thank you cards (15 x 20 cm folded in half to 15 x 10 cm) featuring a photograph from the wedding tied in with elements from the invitation designs. Click on some of the images below to view the full stationery sets relating to each design.
Below: The three designs below are all landscape folded thank you cards (a common size is 20 x 15 cm folded in half to 10 x 15 cm), the first image used elements from the wedding invitation design and the other two focused on photos from the wedding.
Below: a range of postcard sized (10 x 15 cm) thank you cards and square cards, all designed to match the wedding invitations. Please click on some of the designs below to view the full wedding stationery set.
Below: this shows the front and back of a landscape DLE (21 x 9.9 cm) thank you card.
The image on the front was a cover for the thank you card featuring a wedding photograph, and the back had the "thank you" text with space to write an individual message to each recipient.
Below: this design was also formatted in a landscape DLE with a selection of images from the wedding featured on the front of the design. The back of the invitation was left blank so that the bridal couple could handwrite a personal message.
Below: the below thank you card was trimmed on the corners to match the airline boarding pass wedding invitation that the couple had. The two images show the front and back of the card, with a space in the middle of one side for the couple to handwrite a personal message of thanks to the recipient.
Below: the thank you card below was a striking black and white collection of images on a concertina fold design. One panel was left blank so the couple could write a message of thanks to the recipients of the cards. The design was printed on metallic card which offers a beautiful finish when printed with black and white designs, and was sent out with little silver metallic square envelopes.