April 25, 2011
April 22, 2011
Thank You Notes
Acknowledge friends and family for their support and generosity.
The ceremony and parties are finished and now all that’s left is for the graduate to show appreciation to the friends and family who’ve been so generous with their good wishes. Yes, it’s time to sit down and write graduation thank you notes.
If you’ve never written a thank you note before, don’t worry. A graduation thank you note doesn’t have to be long or complicated to be meaningful. You can thank people not only for gifts, but also for the time they put into helping you get through high school and celebrating your graduation.
If you’re having a hard time getting started, just follow our simple graduation thank you note guidelines:
- Every gift, whether received by mail or in person, should be acknowledged with a thank you note.
- Don't limit thank you notes to people who have sent gifts. Now is the time to remember and thank special teachers, coaches, relatives and friends from high school or elementary school. Personal thank you notes or a cute graduation themed stationery are especially nice to use for this purpose.
- Send graduation thank you notes promptly. Start right away and finish no later than one month after graduation.
- Always hand write thank you notes and hand address the envelopes. E-mail is not appropriate.
- Mention the gift specifically in the note and express appreciation.
- When you receive money as a present, don’t mention the amount. Do, however, mention how you plan to spend it, as in “I’m putting the money toward a new computer.”
- Order personalized graduation thank you notes well in advance of graduation. And consider ordering the graduation themed return address labels and envelope seals.
- Use your personalized envelope seal on the flap and personalized return address labels.
- Avoid making thank you notes look like form letters by adding a personal reference to each one.
April 20, 2011
Honor your graduate with an event celebrating this milestone.
Celebrating the accomplishment of graduation has never been more popular. Gather some helpful tips to prepare for the best graduation event possible. Whether your graduate is completing preschool, kindergarten, high school or college help them celebrate as they give a big sigh of relief!
First of all, you should start by answering a few basic questions about your graduation party. Your answers will help you get focused and point you in the right direction. You should think through these questions at least eight to twelve weeks before your scheduled graduation party date.
How formal a graduation party do we want?
Should it be a dressy event or a casual gathering?
What type of theme do we want to center the graduation party around?
How many people do we plan to invite to the graduation party?
How much money do we want to spend on a graduation open house?
Will we host this graduation party at home or another location?
Do we need to arrange entertainment for the graduation party?
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