Question by  Benny (11)

What wording should I include on a bridal shower card?


Answer by  ken65 (128)

An example of the type of wording to include on a bridal shower card is, "Dear Sally, I am so happy for you and Joe. I know the two of you are going to be happy forever. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your celebration. Love, Jane."


Answer by  Sett (1838)

You can write " I am happy to spend this beautiful day with you, Congratulations!" Another one is " As you prepare for your beautiful wedding, I am so happy to be able to spend this lovely bridal shower with you."


Answer by  admiralgloom (65)

The big day is coming so soon! Please take the time to stop to celebrate with us for our future life.


Answer by  NHanselman (144)

Depending on the nature of the bride, I think it could be anything from mild to wild. Tailor it to the bride to be and she'll be quite pleased.


Answer by  lucyr (4)

I am so happy for both of you. Best wishes for all good things as you start your life as a wife!


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

You are invited to a baby shower, on what date, where, and time. If there is something she should know like boy or girl that would help.


Answer by  lacquer (15)

crystal lacquer or other similar product which creates a dewdrop effect on your card that is good i think. created their own card by layering a number of circles cutting out two small holes and then adding some think unique that is great, crystal glazehto create a faux button Instead of making a buttonh


Answer by  Raa (14)

Just write what comes to your mind first spontaneously - in simple plain English which your normal style. Do not use flowery words or jargons. Be truthful and honest to pen what is in you - not what you read or heard, simply because it is nice, catchy and appealing.

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