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Wedding is one of the most joyful occasions in the family. If you know someone who is getting married, don't forget to send them a wedding day card. Whether you opt for something traditional, funny or even risky, wedding cards are one of the most popular traditions in weddings. There is no need to hand over the card in person. If you have not been invited to the wedding, you can simply order wedding cards online and send by post. At Hipper.com, we have a wide range of wedding cards to choose from and all of these are delivered with our free standard delivery. The Royal Mail first class delivery is available from Monday to Saturday. Choose your preferred design, add your congratulations messages and book the card delivery easily online. There are a few things to consider before sending a card, here are three common card types relating to weddings:
The most common form of wedding cards – congratulations cards on the new marriage and wishing all the best in new life as husband and wife. These congratulations cards are either handed over in person on the day of the wedding, or sent by mail later after the wedding. Wedding congratulations card should be addressed to both the new husband and wife.
After the wedding, it is customary to send thank you wedding cards. Usually these picture the bride and groom on their wedding day, but they could be also a simple thank you card with a personal note. The thank you wedding cards are sent by the bride and groom as a thank you to the guests for sharing their special day with them and for all – or if any – wedding gifts and financial gifts.
As a new emerging trend, it is now also customary to send 'To my husband on our wedding day card' or 'To my husband on our wedding day card'. These cards are exchanged between the future husband and wife shortly before the ceremony and contain a personal note to each other. It is completely fine if the couple skip this tradition or exchange a simple hand-written note instead of a card.