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[Giveaway] Win Awesome Thank You Notes for Your Big Day

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Thank you notes. Necessary, but not so fun, right? Nearly every newlywed couple dreads this important, yet daunting post-wedding task. Of course you want to thank your nearest and dearest for the amazing (and maybe even not so amazing) wedding gifts, but getting in the right frame of mind to start putting pen to paper — time and time again — isn’t easy. Not anymore.

We recently discovered Postable, a cool new service that simplifies all of your wedding stationery. The service helps you every step of the way, by getting your guests’ mailing addresses, sending your save the dates and even writing your thank you cards. You can even type your thank you notes right on the company’s website and have Postable send them out via snail mail for you. Best of all, the cards arrive looking like you hand-wrote them yourself (even Nana won’t notice the difference).

Grooms, want to give your new wife the perfect post-wedding gift? Offer to take that massive thank you note duty off her hands, and then head over to Postable. The process will be quick and easy, but she’ll be super-grateful you took the lead on this last major wedding task.

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Postable features 100% tree-free cotton paper cards and stationery, from major designers like Rifle Paper Co. and Felix Doolittle, for $2 each, plus postage.

And now through May 31st, you, dear GroomsAdvice reader, can sign up here for a chance to Win Postable Cards for Your Wedding (such as Save the Dates, Thank You Cards and More), a $250 Value. Good luck!

Which of these card designs would be perfect for your wedding? Tell us in the comment section below.

 

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One Response to “[Giveaway] Win Awesome Thank You Notes for Your Big Day”

  1. Lundin Matthews Says:

    My wife and I used postable for all of our thank you cards for our wedding. This is by far the best way to do things now days. We were blown away with the quality of the product. My mom thought that my wife had hand wrote every card.

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