Fair Lawn, NJ (PRWEB) June 1, 2005
Would you like to spend your whole summer writing thank you notes? No? Well, neither would June brides. According to the 2004 National Center for Health Statistics, June is still the most popular month to walk down the aisle. For summer brides, that translates into hours spent writing thank you notes instead of enjoying popular summer activities.
Professional Organizer, Stacey Agin Murray has created a guide for streamlining the task of writing wedding-related thank you notes leaving June brides more time for summer fun. '7 Steps to an Organized Wedding Thank You Note: A Bride and GroomÂs Guide to Staying Sane During the Thank You Note Writing Process,' provides recently engaged couples and newlyweds with a unique and easy-to-follow system for organizing the content of their nuptial-related thank you's. The end result of the 7-step system is a note of thanks that is simple to create and a joy to receive or what Murray refers to as a 'crowd-pleasinÂ-puts-a-smile-on-their-face' thank you note.
Murray said she got the idea for the guide after creating the system for herself. The 7-step system enabled the author and her husband to compose over two hundred engagement, bridal shower, and wedding thank you notes without getting caught up in the misery of "I-DonÂt-Know-What-To-Write" Syndrome. "Having a system in place saved us time, kept us organized, and enabled us to concentrate on enjoying being newlyweds." says Murray.
While other wedding guides discuss etiquette and how to thank people for silver tea sets, '7 Steps to an Organized Wedding Thank You Note' offers a system as well as strategies for breaking the thank you note writing process into manageable steps. '7 Steps' reveals tips and tools for organizing note writing and offers creative ideas for saying more than just, "Thank you for your generous gift."
Murray offers three tips for June brides and brides-to-be writing thank you notes this summer:
- Be prepared. Order more thank you notes than you think youÂll need. Unexpected gifts may come from people that are not on your guest list.
- Pace yourself. If you feel comfortable writing 3-5 thank you notes a day, make that your goal. DonÂt exhaust yourself to the point where youÂre too tired or cranky to enjoy a summertime gathering.
- Do not write out your thank you cards at the beach. Even the most sun-loving member of your family will not appreciate a thank you note sprinkled with suntan lotion and sand.
To read more about '7 Steps to an Organized Wedding Thank You Note' please visit http://www.organizedartistry.com.
Stacey Agin Murray, Professional Organizer and owner of Organized Artistry, LLC, transforms 'mess' into 'masterpiece'Â with patience, organizing know-how, and a sense of humor. For more information and a complimentary e-list of 'Top Ten Tips for Organized Living,' visit her web site at http://www.organizedartistry.com.
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