What to Write in a Wedding Card

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Wedding season is upon us, and you’ve probably got a ton of wedding cards to write. When figuring out what to write in a wedding card, make sure to thank the couple and give some genuine congratulations. Here are a few examples of notes to write that are both sincere and simple!

If you’re feeling funny:

  • Our marriage advice: Love, honor and… scrub the toilet. (Source)
  • I predict cute babies. (Source)
  • To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the loving cup: Whenever you’re wrong, admit it; Whenever you’re right, shut up. (Source)

If you’re welcoming a new member of the family:

  • We’re/I’m so happy [name] has found ‘the one.’ Welcome to the family! (Source)
  • We/I couldn’t be happier to call you both family. Best wishes for a long and happy future together. (Source)
  • Family bonds are as strong as the love that binds the two of you. We’re happy to welcome you as the newest member of our family. (Source)

If you’re going the more romantic route:

  • May the love you share today grow stronger as you grow old together. (Source)
  • “‘Two become one’—what a beautiful thing. Congratulations!” (Source)
  • If ever two people deserved a sweet, meaningful, joyful wedding day, it’s the two of you. (Source)
  • Words cannot express how happy we are for you. (Source)
  • Since the first time, I saw you together; I knew you were meant for each other. (Source)

If you can’t make it:

  • I will be thinking of you and wishing you a wonderful future and a life of ease. (Source)
  • So sorry I couldn’t be there to celebrate with you. But even though I’ll miss the dress, the bouquet and the first dance, I would never miss the chance to wish you all the very best in life as you begin this amazing journey together! (Source)

Hopefully these tips will help you find what to write in a wedding card in a sweet (or funny!) way.

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