Have you ever thought about sending custom Christmas cards? It is a great way to send out a special message to a loved one, personalized with something pertaining to you and your family, or to your business, for instance. It is important, however, that you choose the right card for the right people, and that you include the right information. You should not, for instance, send a card with lots of family details to a business address. Below are some tips to help you out.

Religious Cards

If you do not know what the religious conviction is of the recipient of the card, you may not want to send them such a card yourself, unless you have a very strong religious conviction yourself and want to make this clear. Friends and family will be quite understanding of religious cards, but businesses may not be, unless you are a religious charity. Sometimes, it is simply better to be neutral, so that things can’t be taken the wrong way.

Business Cards

If you want to create personalized Christmas cards on behalf of your business, you have to consider your brand image. You should also make sure that the card shows how much you appreciate the work you have done with the people you will send the card to. Make sure that the image you use is reflective of your business and its image. It is very popular to send out a group photograph of the team if you have a small business. If your business is larger, your logo on a Christmas theme works really well, or even a picture of your headquarters covered in snow and Christmas decorations, for instance. However, with the business Christmas cards, the most important thing is generally the message that you write inside it, so consider that very carefully.

Regardless of the type of personalized Christmas card you want to send, make sure you plan for it properly. Think about the image and the message and who you want to send it to. Christmas is a busy time of year, so don’t leave creating your order until too late. Remember that you will also have to actually send all the cards, perhaps even after having signed them all, and this also takes a lot of time. Plus, the Christmas post is much slower than normal. Additionally, if you intend to send cards to businesses, they may close over the Christmas period and not receive your card unless you send it early. Hence, you need to make sure that you complete all of this well in advance. Naturally, this doesn’t mean you should send them around Halloween either, but it is best to be prepared well in advance.

Thanks to online digital printing services, creating personalized Christmas cards is now easier than ever. You can see exactly what your card will look like before you order it as well, so you don’t have to worry about mistakes either. A perfect and easy system to spread some holiday cheer.