Thank Goodness Note Writing Service

Thank You Note Writing Service

Much thanks to reader, Sophie, for introducing me to the wonderful company, Thank Goodness, a personalized thank you note writing service. Thank Goodness allows you to customize everything on your thank yous from the card and envelope color to the inscription to the note itself, which is made with a font custom created from your own handwriting. I’ve always loved handwriting fonts, and I’d love to have my one in my own handwriting!

Thank Goodness provides notes for a variety of occasions, including wedding, baby, business, and more.

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3 comments on “Thank Goodness Note Writing Service

  1. Bethany commented //

    Usually I love your postings, but not so keen on this one The design, personalization, etc is great, but not handwriting the note seems tacky to me. Or am I reading this wrong?

    Check out for a great handwriting site — your own handwriting at a reasonable price.

    Thanks for the lovely posts.

  2. Sylvia commented //

    I love, love, love this site. I’ve used them twice — once for my wedding shower and once for the actual wedding. The paper and design was perfect. Joey (the owner) was super easy to work with, and even allowed us to change the design a little.

    The best part was, there are so many options for the handwriting and note-writing.

    For my wedding shower, I wrote all of the notes and sent them to Joey on e-mail. She transferred all of them into my handwriting, which surprisingly looks great when she does it. It also saved me time.

    For our wedding (we had a big one), we let Joey write some simple thank-yous to people we weren’t that close to, and they came out great. (We couldn’t have said it better than she did, honestly. I mean, what do you say to great uncle about the mixing bowls? Ha!)

    For some of our friends, we wrote the thank-yous and e-mailed them to Joey.

    AND, for our close family and relatives, we just ordered blank cards and wrote them in our own hand.

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. kristen commented //

    Hi Bethany,

    I see where you’re coming from. I think this service is one of those personal calls. You can personalize to the point where you’re actually typing out what you’d personally like to say to each thank you recipient, and those notes are then translated into your handwriting via a custom font, which can save you a lot of time.

    As Sylvia said before me, you can have the service write a more general thank you to those to whom you’re not as close. But, if you aren’t comfortable with that, then you can compose all of the thank yous and send them to Thank Goodness for translation into your custom handwriting font.

    And, for close family and friends, you may want to keep everything in your control, order blank thank yous, and write them out yourself. I think it’s all about what you’re comfortable with doing.

    Thanks for the suggestion. Cool site!

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