Ive met many florists that are happy to chat flowers with brides. Your marriage event isn't finished till you have sent out your many thanks notes. Though not a hard task, writing thanks cards can take a lot of time if left to the very end. As an element of good behaviour, thank yous should be despatched not later than one month after your marriage. If waiting till after your honeymoon makes an appeal to you, maybe you can divide the task with your new man and he will be able to help write them. There are many questions you need to ask when selecting your many thanks cards : "If I order many thanks cards from the paper retailer, who is doing my invites? Will they give me a bulk rate or kickbacks? Do I want to have the same typeface as my invites? Am I Able To save a little cash by purchasing prepacked sets which are fairly priced as well as convenient?" Also remember, that it's not vital that everybody receive the same card, so its fine to select different stationery, or a range of different cards. Just remember what you are writing about and that, even in todays electronic age, your card must be handwritten. Youll enjoy the experience more if you manage to do it this way. You ought to have 1 or 2 ideas about your flowers before meeting your florist. Would you like a normal or even more modern feel to your bouquet? What are the colours of your marriage going to be? There are a lot of ideas for you online and in bridal mags. You'll be wanting to ask your florist some questions when you meet.