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A couple’s first year of marriage is a very special time. This is the year when every holiday is their first together. You can celebrate your first Christmas as a couple by sharing newlywed Christmas cards with your friends and family. No matter whether you were just married in the spring, summer, or fall, elegant personalized holiday cards are a great way of sharing this special moment with the important people in your life. Spread the holiday spirit with all the people who helped you succeed in life and send season’s greetings with the help of a custom message.
Your First Year Together
People’s first Christmas as a couple can bring some new challenges. Deciding how to celebrate and who to celebrate with can be unexpectedly complicated. If a child has been born, the couple has the decide how they are going to celebrate as a family; what traditions will be passed on and which will be started from scratch? In the midst of all the planning and decision making it can be all too easy to lose track of what makes this time of year so special.
Sharing Something Special
When preparing your custom Christmas photo cards, consider adding a personalized note or newsletter into each envelope. This is a great way to share the latest happenings within your own household with friends and relatives that live far away. Share a funny story about decorating the tree with ornaments for the first time, or spending time together in front of a cozy fireplace watching the snow fall. You can also prepare updates about subjects such as:
• Starting new jobs
• Moving to a new home
• Starting a family
• Adopting a pet
• Graduating school
• Beginning a new career
This happy news will certainly bring a smile to the face of everyone on your mailing list. Be sure to include your current mailing address so relatives can reply with their own cards and letters.