Fun Photo Booth Type of Thank You Cards

You do not have to find an an old photo booth photo machine to have fun making a photo booth type of Thank You card.  Just take some fun photos.  Then send them to us and we will size and arrange them like a photo booth strip of photos.  Here is an example:

simulated photo booth photos on thank you card

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Businesses Involved with Community Say Thank You

It is always a good idea to show appreciation to those that support you and/or your business.  Below is an example of representatives of a business working together as a team to support the community to help in the fight against Breast Cancer.  Then selecting to send thank you postcards to those that supported their effort.

card front:

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Simple Black & White Photo Express the Moment

This simple wedding thank you card uses a photo from the wedding that expresses the completion of the commitment in love moment with a thanks to all that shared the moment.

black and white wedding photo thank you postcard front

Simplicity can at times offer the most elegant expression.

Having us create a custom photo thank you postcard design is as easy as sending us an email.


Your Questions About Thank You Cards for Auditions

Thomas asks…

Thank you cards – audition etiquette?

I just went to my first ever EPA (equity principal audition). I’ve read that it is good to send a brief thank you note to the people you auditioned for – because it is nice to do… and it will hopefully make them remember you more.

My question is… do you write the thank you note on just a regular thank you card? Or should I make a postcard or stationery with my headshot/picture on it so they will have a face with a name?

Thanks for your help.

SayThankYou answers:

You could have a little postcard made with your pic on it, or headshots printed on postcards. You could probably make a little card and put in a small pic on your computer. Usually a little thank you card is more appropriate than a letter. Make it as easy for them to read as possible/keep it simple. And be clear (depending on who you auditioned for) whether you should send it to the Casting Director (if there was one) or the Producer or Director.

You might take a look at the Thank You postcards available at this link.  I am sure they can make these available for you with a small head shot photo printed on the back where you will write your note.  Just contact them.

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Your Questions About Thank You Cards For Graduation

Laura asks…

What should I write in my graduation thank you cards?

I’m filling out thank you cards to everyone who sent me money for graduation and I’m not sure exactly what to say. My mom said “thank you for the gift of money” but that sounds dumb to me so I was just looking for some ideas! Thanks!

SayThankYou answers:

Well, you can write what you mom told you to, only elaborate a bit: Thank you so much for the $50 (or whatever) for my graduation. I’m saving up for (whatever) and it will come in handy. I appreciate your generosity.
I just got a thank you note it for a graduation gift and he wrote “…I want to spend it, but I’ll probably put it in my savings.” Works for me!

Donna asks…

What to write in graduation thank you cards?

I want to write more than “thank you for the gift” because the people that gave it to me are special to me, but I don’t know what to write.

SayThankYou answers:

I appreciate your thoughtfulness with the birthday gift you gave me. It must have taken a lot of time for you to choose and put together. Thank you.

Here are some tips for what to include in your thank you messages:
1. Your reaction to the gift. “I love the new shirt you gave me for my birthday”
2. Praise the giving person. “You are thoughtful and know my taste well.”
3. Your feelings about the person. “I am blessed to have an aunt like you.”
4. Close with a simple thank you message. “I appreciate the shirt and I know I will enjoy wearing it. Thank you”

Mandy asks…

what to write in graduation thank you cards?

I want to write more than “thank you for the gift” because the people that gave it to me are special to me, but I don’t know what to write.

SayThankYou answers:

Dear So and So,
Thank you so much for your generous gift. Than write individual things like, had a great time with you at my party (not sure if you had a party or not). Can’t believe we finally did it! (if it’s someone you graduated with). Can’t wait to see you again. People like personal sentiments and just putting thank you for the gift is very generic. If it’s someone you don’t see all the time like a far away relative, you can say I miss you, hope to see you soon.

I think you should get the idea. Good luck!

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