10 Stylish Ways to Say Thank You
With cards this pretty, you'll want to express your gratitude to everyone.
Published Jun 22, 2017 1:40 PM
In our digitally dominated days, we often opt for an email or text when we need to say thank you, and while any note of gratitude is appreciated, the handwritten thank you card still reigns supreme. It shows you went out of your way for someone who went out of their way for you.
To make this small task easier—because actually getting the stamps and mailing the note is half the battle—you should always keep a chic set of thank you cards in tow, so you won’t have an excuse not to pay it forward. So click through the slideshow ahead and treat yourself to stationary so stylish, you’ll want to say thank you to everyone.
Why send flowers when you can send a handwritten note with florals that won’t wilt instead?
Paper Raven Co. Full Floral Thank You Card – 8, Domino, $21.99
This set of thank you notes is the perfect easel for a serious, funny, or even heartfelt thank you.
Thank You Small Set, Mrs John L Strong, $45
Everything is better with a little French flair.
Paris Street Style Notecards: Merci, Abrams Books on Domino, $14.99
Thank your friend for that great dinner out with a super cool takeout-inspired card.
Thank You Card Set – Thank You Bag, ban.do, $9
These bright, cheerful cards make for a ‘fridge-worthy note.
Thank You So Much, Fig. 2 Design, $16
Chic and sophisticated, these black-and-floral cards are the perfect way to show mom your gratitude.
Midnight Meadow Thank You Notes, Paper Source, $11.95
These cards come in singles, or packs of four, and the on-trend stripes will delight your stylish boss.
Try this set of cards if you want a cute iteration fit for friends and family.
Dotty So Sweet, Sugar Paper, $22
This modern set comes with fifty notes, so you don’t have to use discretion when sending your thanks.
Graphique Copper Marble Flat Notes, Jet.com, $21.53
Minimalist and to the point, these cards are a great option for that post-interview note of thanks.
Thank You Notelets, Smythson, $45