Sympathy Thank You Cards to Buy - Plus Sample Wording Ideas

We have created a range of sympathy thank you cards with our own original photographs.  We hope you will like them.  Proceeds from the sale of these cards go towards the upkeep of this website, which helps people who have suffered any kind of loss or bereavement.  We hope you will also read some of those pages as a comfort to you in your loss.  

There are lots of designs to choose from, including beautiful flowers, sunrises and seascapes.  Add a photo of your beloved to make them special to you.  Below we have also provided a few sample messages for you to write.  

Scroll down to see the customisable designs, or click here to go straight to the store and see the whole range.  

Save by choosing the smaller note card size and buying in bulk.  

These cards are printed by Zazzle in the USA.  Don't worry if you are overseas, they ship fast, and you can get express post with tracking too.  They can be customised with your own text or message and sent direct to your recipient. 

They are fabulous glossy quality on heavy card and come with a white envelope.  There is no minimum quantity, but there are discounts for bulk buys.  You can also buy them on smaller note card sizes and some are also available giant card size. 

Zazzle also has a wide range of customisable products and gifts and any purchases will result in a commission to help us support the grieving. 

Discounts for Quantity

If you need to send a quantity of funeral thank you notes, or replies to sympathy cards, you get a discount the more cards you buy. 

Our sympathy thank you notes are suitable for many other occasions too.  Thank you notes for flowers, for a gift, for looking after a pet.  If you need help deciding what to put, we have a sample sympathy note or two below. 

The cards are customisable, which means you can add your own text to most of the cards on the outside or the inside. It's useful to be able to add text of your own on the inside if you want to send a card direct to someone, and you can enter their address instead of your own when you checkout. 

Some Ideas for Replies to Sympathy Cards, Thanks for Flowers or for Coming to the Funeral: 

Dear Joan
Thank you so much for sending me flowers when .......died.  It has been a great comfort to me knowing that you were thinking of me, and there in spirit if not in person.  It's hard, but I am trying to keep busy and get back into a routine.  I will ring you in a few days when I'm feeling stronger. 
All my best wishes


Dear Joseph
Thank you so much for your card and the beautiful words you sent me.  My lovely ...... would have been so proud of all the cards and flowers and all the people who came to the funeral.  We had a really good turn out.  It is a comfort to me to know how much  he/she was loved.  I hope that we can keep in touch and that I will be able to make the journey to see you in the coming months. 
Love xxxx

Dear Jenny and Bob
It was such a comfort for me to see you at John's funeral.  He would have been amazed to see how many people came, and to hear all the lovely things that were said.  The house is still so full of flowers, which are very special.  I still can't believe it's happened.  I suppose I'm still in shock, but I will take each day at a time, and gradually try and get back into some sort of routine.  I have to be grateful for the happy years that we had, and take comfort from that. 
I hope to see you soon.
Love

Sympathy Thank You Cards Personalised with a Photo of Your Beloved

The following cards have been designed for you to add a photo of your beloved.  It's easy to do and you can change the text and add a message inside.  


Related Pages: 

Our Complete Range of Sympathy Thank You Cards

More Condolence Thank You Messages to Write

Ideas for Funeral Thank You Notes

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