Lindsay HuckinsComment

Etiquette is Always In

Lindsay HuckinsComment
Etiquette is Always In

My grandmother is one of the most thoughtful people that I know. She was extremely sick and in the hospital but she would not miss sending a card to her friends on their birthday. I have to admit I feel like I have let her down in some ways. She is so good about sending card to me and my kids on birthdays, anniversaries and any other special occasions. However, I am not always good about sending a “thank you” back. For Harper’s birthday, I forgot to send thank you’s for all the gift people brought her. I didn’t send thank you’s for Hunter’s birthday either! So, I’m going to change things starting now! I am sending thank you’s for the triplets’ birthday gifts!

The good news is, it doesn’t have to be the way it’s always been! I can now do it in a modern way! I can go online and create my thank yous! I can send a thank you the same way I can send an online invite! I really love Paperless Post. Paperless post has done a great job of making an online stationary company still feel personal. When you send a card whether it be invite, thank you, or holiday card it comes in an envelope the recipient clicks on to open! Now, it is easier to live your busy life and still make your grandma proud! I also love it because they work with designers and different brands that you love so it’s easier to find cards that are your style versus just some random stock selection. For example, Anthropologie (which I love) has a line of cards that you can pick from for different occasions. Below I have included a photo of the thank you that I have picked however they have Christmas cards, invitations, flyers, and so much more. I’m not totally onboard with the whole online wedding invitation thing but hey Meghan Trainor admitted to sending text invites to her friends for her wedding so apparently it is for some people!