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Christmas Card FAQ's
What to write in a Christmas card?
You can write anything you'd like in a Christmas card, but generally, people write the recipient's name (such as Dear Dan, Mary, and family), include a holiday greeting such as \"Merry Christmas!" or a similar message that expresses warm wishes, and sign their names. For photo Christmas cards, which are available at Truly Engaging, a message generally isn't included. Instead, your names and a general holiday greeting are printed. Then, envelopes are addressed individually to relatives and friends.
How to sign a Christmas card?
You can sign just your first name or your first and last name if you're sending it to a co-worker or business. If you're sending cards as from the entire family, you can sign them as "The Smiths" with an appropriate closing greeting such as:
Printed photo Christmas cards don't necessarily need to be hand signed unless you want to.
What to write in a business Christmas card?
What you write in a card to a co-worker or business may not be the same as Christmas cards you send to loved ones and friends. Here are some professional options for holiday greetings to write in a business Christmas card:
Merry Christmas! Looking forward to another successful year.
Wishing you all the best this holiday season.
What to put in a Christmas card?
Christmas cards should include the recipient's name(s), a holiday greeting, and your name. When you order Christmas cards from Truly Engaging, you can include a photo as part of your card's design.
How to address a Christmas card?
If you're sending Christmas cards to people you know but are not close with, you can use formal titles when addressing the envelopes, such as Mr. John Hamilton or Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hilderbrand. For addressing it to a single woman, you can use Ms. before their name. For an entire family, write The (their last name) Family, such as The Smith Family.