Congratulations on your wedding! Now that your big day has passed, you’re probably trying to figure out what your first holiday season as a couple will look like. Announce your marriage and express your love a second time by sending one of Minted’s beautiful newlywed Christmas cards.
Why Send a Wedding Holiday Card?
As a newlywed couple, you have a lot of decisions to make. First, are you going to send a holiday card at all? If so, will it be a holiday card,, a Christmas card, or something else? Will it be a newlywed holiday card or a regular one? Since you might have lots of things buzzing around your head, we’re here to help you with some of these decisions. Here are some reasons why you might elect for a newlywed holiday card.
If you eloped, even some of your closest friends and family may not have been there with you to celebrate your special day. Your loved ones are probably dying to see photos of your wedding. Take this opportunity to share this huge life event with everyone you care about.
If you had a small wedding, you might opt for a newlywed card this year. There are many reasons why you may have had a small wedding – to have an intimate setting, to stick to a budget, or maybe just because you prefer smaller crowds. No matter what the reason was, you can now share this life even with as many people as you want by sending everyone a picture of your wedding.
Present-day, many people send marriage announcement cards a bit after their wedding. If you’re tying the knot close to the holiday season, you may feel stressed or overwhelmed about needing to design and order marriage announcement cards and holiday cards. Instead, send newlywed holiday cards instead of making and mailing two separate cards.
The holiday season is held close to many people’s hearts. It is a time focused on family, joy, and happiness. Because of this, celebrating your first Christmas and holiday season together as a married couple is a big deal. You might start new traditions together, decide who’s hometown you’re going to visit, and make a new holiday card recipient list. Even if you don’t have kids yet, you can begin your tradition of sending a yearly family Christmas card.
If you had a child in the past year or had one before your wedding, this is not only your first Christmas as a couple but also your first Christmas as a family. Toast to new beginnings in 2020 by celebrating the beginning of your new family.