When you check your mailbox, would you love to find between bills, newspapers and advertising booklets an envelope with a greeting card inside or a postcard from your family member or friend, who lives far from you? I'm sure everyone would be pleasantly surprised.
Although greeting cards are usually given on special occasions such as birthdays, Christmas or other holidays, such as Valentine's day, they are also sent to convey thanks or express other feelings, such as love, congratulations, and condolences.
Here are some of the most common celebrations, holidays and sentiments.
More Reasons to Send a Card
Another great thing about sending out cards – particularly holiday cards which usually only happens once a year – is to stay connected with those that you don't get to see that often. Sure, you may call them or chat once in a while, but a short, handwritten note in a card can be so much warmer and even more special.
In the age of the Internet and virtual communication, people still love receiving greeting cards. Study shows that up to 90% of people still prefer to get an old fashion greeting card vs an email card. Getting a personal greeting card always feels more personal than something you receive over the Internet.
Unfortunately, not everyone is ready to spend time picking the card and send it out, but for sure everyone is happy to receive it. Let's think about it. Today there are plenty of options to buy a greeting card, and you even don't need to go out from your house for that, do it online if you are a too-busy person, the greeting card will come straight into your mailbox.
You can also use a greeting card as an invitation to your birthday party, tea ceremony, or any other celebration.
A great way to say thanks for coming to your wedding, birthday party.
It will be the best present for loved ones or extended family that live far away. Send a greeting card with the option to use it as framed decor, for sure it will be the best easy to mail gift.
Let's make each others life brighter!