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What to Say in a Wedding Card

What to Say in a Wedding Card

A wedding is certainly one of the most important, memorable and happy occasions a
couple experiences in a lifetime. What you write in your wedding card should be just as
significant. A few simple, sincere and poignant words can speak volumes.
Expression of Happiness
Let the bride and groom know that you wish them great happiness. These words
can be: "May you two be as happy forever as you are on this day."
Wishes for a Long Life Together
Let the couple know that you hope they have a long and happy life together with
these words: "Here is wishing you both the best life has to offer and a long and
blissful life together."
Congratulations
Offer congratulations with the following verse: "Congratulations and best
wishes on your wedding day and every day hereafter."
Blessing
If you would like to add a blessing, write: "May your marriage be blessed with
love for all the years of your lives."
Wishes
Offer the bride and groom your best wishes with these words: "Sending you
wishes filled with much love for a long and happy life together."
A Short Poem
Write a brief poem: "May your marriage be filled with love and delight. May you
have great happiness day and night. May your life be filled with much laughter. May you
both live a long life and happily ever after."

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Things to Say on a Baby Card

Things to Say on a Baby Card

Comments, words and poetry on a baby card should be warm and welcoming. It is the most
wondrous time in people's lives, when they bring a new family member home to settle
into their family's hearts and household.
Welcoming the New Baby
To make the new baby card you send warm and welcoming, you can write any of
these phrases or make a combination of your own using these ideas:
May you enjoy the wondrous gift of having of having a new baby to warm your
hearts and home.
When you have a new baby you're reminded of just how wonderful this world can
be.
The true meaning of love is never more apparent than when you look into your
new baby's eyes.
May all the love and joy you feel on this special day stay with you through
your lifetime.
Today the world is a better place with this beautiful new life.
You never know what love really is until you hold your new baby for the first
time.
Life is beautiful today, as we welcome your new baby with all our hearts.
All the good things life has to offer can be found in your baby's eyes.
Happiness and Joy
Send the new parents a message of happiness and joy:
Your new baby is a little of both of you and a whole bunch of love.
Welcome to your new baby. May she/he enjoy all the wonders the world has to
offer.
Welcome to the new baby! May her/his life be filled with love and joy.
Welcome to your new baby. May he/she always feel the love and warmth that's
here today.
Welcome to your new baby, and may you all have love health and happiness

hroughout your days.
Babies remind us of all the beautiful things this world has to offer.
Babies are nature's way of reminding us of that life can be more beautiful than
you ever imagined.
When you hold your baby for the first time all the love, happiness and joy of
the world is yours.
A new baby will fill your hearts and home with joy and happiness.
Make a Card as Special as Your Message
When conveying a message of congratulations and sharing the happiness of the
new baby's arrival, why not make it extra-special? A homemade card is a thoughtful
added touch. If you have a picture of the new baby, you can use Photoshop to create a
personalized card.
If a picture is not available, you can still make your own card with a picture
from a free image site. Any clip are pertaining to a baby will do. The sky is the
limit. When making your own card, you can incorporate the baby's birth date and birth
statistics. The new parents will cherish a one-of-a-kind baby card forever.

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How to Make Birthday Invitation Cards on Microsoft Word

How to Make Birthday Invitation Cards on Microsoft Word

When you are planning a birthday party, you can take a few steps to save some money. If
you have Microsoft Word and a color printer, you can create invitations to suit any
birthday party theme. Save even more money by making postcard-style, printable birthday
invitations. Not only will you save on paper and envelopes, but you also will save on
postage.
Six Steps to Create Personal Birthday Invitation Cards

Begin creating your birthday invites by opening Microsoft Word; then go to the
"Insert" tab and click "Clip Art" in the "Illustrations" group. Search "birthday" and
find a graphic you like, then click "Insert."

Right-click the clip art and choose "Format Picture." Go to the "Size" tab and
clear the "Lock Aspect Ratio" box. Change the height to "4.25" and the width to "5.5."
Click "OK" to apply the changes.

Go to the "Insert" tab and click "Text Box" in the "Text" section. Right-click
the text box and select "Format Text Box." On the "Colors and Lines" tab, select "No
Fill" for the fill color and "No Line" for the line color. Click "OK" to apply the
changes.

Make birthday invitations using a festive font and choose a coordinating color,
using a size large enough to read easily. Type in a basic announcement, such as "You
are invited to a birthday party." Click outside of the text box and press "Ctrl+A" to
select the text and picture.

Go to the "Mailings" tab and select "Labels." Make sure you are on the "Labels"
tab and click the "Options" button. Under "Product Number" choose "3263 Postcard."
Click "OK" to apply and then click the "New Document" button. A page with four
identical birthday invitations will open.

Save the cards and print them on card stock paper.
Congrats, you just created your own personalized birthday invitations.

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