I love Christmas for all the food, fun and festivities.
It’s a time when our five senses are at their peak.
- The taste of mince pies.
- The smell of Christmas trees.
- The sound of buzzing Christmas markets.
- The sight of Christmas decorations and lights.
- And touch – receiving real Christmas cards we can touch and feel.
While e-cards have proven popular in recent years, they lack the personal touch and tangible feel of a real-life card propped up on a desk which can be seen day after day. An e-card may be quicker and cheaper to produce, but it’s easily missed in an overloaded inbox or deleted unopened and lost forever.
So why not send your valued customers, suppliers and team members something more individual and impactful? And it doesn’t have to be hard work! We can help you with the whole process.
Here are our top tips on sending business to business (B2B) Christmas cards.
- Pick a size – we recommend A5 as it’s the largest size you can post within the regular letter size, any bigger and it will cost you more on postage.
- Choose a photo – either your own or one from our gallery bank. We recommend you supply your own because it makes the gesture more personalised. It could be a team photo in Christmas jumpers, or a snowy scene you’ve taken yourself. It’s important it has a Christmassy theme and is high resolution
- Write your message and signatures – write a simple greeting to be printed on the inside, and the names of who the cards are from. You can also supply us with the signatures of your team that you would like to sign the card.
- Send us a database – this should include the names and addresses of the recipients and, for that extra touch, a personalised message of up to 50 words.
It really is that simple! Our service is fully GDPR-compliant. We will print the name and address of the recipient on the envelope, and the name and personalised message will be printed in the card. We will then post the cards for you via Royal Mail.
Place your order by 30 November and we’ll ensure the cards are with your contacts before 14 December at the latest. Drop us an email to find out more.