Signs, cards, and zombies: 11 "thank yous" for post-wedding warm fuzzies

Updated Oct 12 2015
Nicole and Chris' rockabilly bowling wedding in Las Vegas and Texas. Photos by Tara Swain Photography

Here in the U.S. we're celebrating Thanksgiving today, and on Offbeat Bride we have a lot to be thankful for, like our awesome readers, supportive community, advertisers that keep us going, and amazing guest posters. From all of us, we thank you for all you do. Here are some of our favorite thank you photos and cards from the archives and the Offbeat Bride Flickr Pool.

Evelyn and Nathan's quirky Humanist wedding in an Irish castle. Photo by SOSAC Photography

Thanks to Pea-Funk for uploading this to the Offbeat Bride Flickr Pool!

Thank you cards
Amy and John altered a real Settlers of Catan wedding card for their thank yous.

Thank You
Thanks to SteamBride for uploading this to the Flickr Pool. Photo by Abbie Warnock

Thank you postcard
Saleha and Greg go colorful with their banner.

Our thank you cards
Vicki and her groom know how to rock some color too.

Riding tandem thank you card
We've seen these Hawaiian thank you cards from Aida and Joe in a Monday Montage.

Ruben and Joaquin's Mexican Dia de los Muertos wedding. Photo by Kari Nye

We're pretty sure Joey and Wade's signs mean "thank you" in zombie language. Photos by Danni Valdez, Shutter2Think Photography

Whitney Photo Prop Signs-14
Make your own super-awesome photo prop signs with this tutorial by Whitney Lee

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  1. "and the Netherlands shares our date."

    Do you have any source for this? I've lived in the Netherlands all my life and have never heard of a Thanksgiving holiday here, it's purely a North American phenomenon for this. Very curious where this comes from…

    • Ooh, I may have misrepresented that then. Wikipedia says there is a Thanksgiving service held in the Pieterskerk, but it must just be there. Updating that, thanks! 🙂

  2. No, no, NO! Thank YOU! I'm not sure my wedding would have been as awesome as it was without OBB! Thank you for creating this amazing community! I'm so happy to be a part of it.

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