Thanksgiving is often a whirlwind of family, friends, turkey, decorations, and good food, but we often forget what it’s all about! Giving thanks for all the things we’re genuinely grateful for.
It makes it all the more meaningful when you manage to write a few thanksgiving messages to make those nearest and dearest to you feel extra special.
You can do this in a simple text message or write thanksgiving greetings cards. Either way, telling people what you are grateful for can mean a lot, especially to those you can’t spend the holidays with.
Your thanksgiving wishes can be short, and they don’t need to be works of art. A few simple words often make someone feel special! If you find it difficult to describe how you’re feeling, you can use any of these to express gratitude.
If you’re looking for free printable cards and images, you can download them here.
Happy Thanksgiving Greetings for your Family
Thanksgiving Greetings for your Friends
Thanksgiving Messages For Your Work Colleagues
Short and Sweet Thanksgiving Greetings
If you’re looking for a short and sweet message to send a neighbor, the school moms, or your in-laws, why not choose one of these greetings?
Funny Thanksgiving Wishes
Inspirational Thanksgiving Quotes
Thanksgiving Greetings Cards and Images
One of the most memorable ways to express your thanks, and to show that you’ve put thought into making your friend or family member feel special, is by writing a card.
In the age of technology, most people send a quick text, meme, or post on social media, which can be pretty impersonal. There is something unique and special about receiving a handwritten card with a thoughtful note.
Why not use our free cards to print off for whoever you’d like to give thanks to this holiday season? If you don’t have the time to print this off, why not send it over text with a personalized note to go with it?
Click on the image below to get our pack of free cards without the watermark!
Final Thoughts on Thanksgiving Greetings
Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to enjoy time with each other and express gratitude and thanks for the people and the things around you.
Your time will be well spent sending a Thanksgiving blessing or two, and you can be sure the person on the receiving end won’t forget how you made them feel.
If you’re still wondering how to deliver these thanksgiving greetings, why not print some off and leave them scattered around your thanksgiving table? They’ll make great conversation starters and encourage other people to think about what they’re grateful for too!
I’m so thankful for all our readers; thanks for being here! Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!