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February 01, 2019 Anniversary Wishes 3 comments

I take this opportunity to thank all of you for the great contributions made this year. Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year. ——. Thank you for all the.

New Year congratulations

Congratulations for the a New Year 2019 cards

Happy New Year! May it be full of joy and good times.
Happy New Year - I wish you well,
What things may come no-one can tell.
Yet blessings surely can be found,
I hope that plenty come around!
Best wishes for a bright and promising New Year 2019! Hope it is the best year ever for you filled with everything that makes you happy and keeps you safe.
I can't believe another year has come and gone! May your New Year continue to be bright long after the celebration has ended!
Wishing that today is just the beginning of a year filled with laughter and memories, special friends and many happy moments cherished together.
New Year congratulations! Hope your celebration bubbles with happiness!
Wishing you all the best for the coming year, with love and positive thoughts.

I wish you the strength to keep your resolutions, so that all your wishes may come true. Happy New Year!
A Happy New Year to you and yours,
May bounteous riches reach your shores!
As 2018 comes to an end it's a time for reflection and rest. I want to wish you all the best for yourselves and your families at this time of festivities.
May your coming year be filled with magic, dreams and good madness. Surprise yourself! :)
New year do all things with love, believe in yourself, take risks to start something new and have fun!
By candle light and twinkling star here,
I wish you a wonderful and Happy New Year!

May the New Year bring you brighter days with hope for peaceful tomorrows. You are in my prayers, as always.

New Year messages for business partners, coworkers and colleagues

As this year ends, we thank you for your continued support in 2018, and extend to you our wishes for a bright, happy and prosperous New Year 2019.
May the New Year bring you new opportunities and may you rise to new heights.
Be thankful for the prior year and hopeful about the next. Wishing you much prosperity, good health and good luck!
Enjoy the countdown to a new year filled with new plans, new opportunities, and new memories!
At this time, we would like to extend our appreciation for your business and offer you best wishes for a prosperous New Year.
May the sky be the limit for your success this New Year!
It's a time of reflection and looking forward to new possibilities. Happy New Year to you and your family!
Wow! What a Year! Thanks for being a part of our team. It's people like you who make this place fantastic, and we're very happy to have you here.

My wish for you: stop wishing - start doing! Good things are going to happen! :)
A new year, a fresh start and infinite possibilities. Hope you have a wonderful year ahead!

Best wishes for cards

I have a feeling it's going to be a great year! Let's begin to plan new beginnings with renewed hope in the countless possibilities of the future.
Remember where you have been consider where you are going but don't forget to enjoy where you are! From our home to yours, Happy New Year 2018!
Wishing you an abundance of good fortune, joy and prosperity for the year of the Earth Dog!
Looking ahead to the coming year, I wish you all the best that life has to offer.
Many thanks for a wonderful friendship throughout the year just ending! Sending you my warmest wishes for every possible happiness in the year to come.
Sending this message across the miles,
And wish you lots of love, joy and smiles!

I can't think of a better way to spend another New Year than with the love of my life. Wishing you all the best in the year to come!
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. May God make your year a happy one not by shielding you from all sorrows and pain, but by strengthening you to bear it, as it comes. Happy New Year!
Play a little, rest a lot,
And enjoy what you have got!
Wishing you a New Year filled with friendship and fun!
Hope your Holidays are happy days! May your New Year be wrapped in joy and filled with love!
Now that year is finally done,
Let's have a new and happier one!
Wishing you and your loved ones only the best for health and good fortune in this new start of a brand New Year!

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Dear Friends,. It is the first day of the year and of course I want to wish you a Happy New Year. Happiness, the feeling of joy and contentment.

Happy New Year Card Messages

happy new year wishes letter

It is already starting.

Cold weather, snow, bright lights, trees and sweet treats.

It is officially the season to send holiday greetings to your customers and business acquaintances.

As you start writing them, you might run into a tricky problem.

You are saying the same thing over and over and over again, so all of your greetings sound the same.

Boring.

You want everyone receiving your holiday greetings to feel special. If you write something generic and lacking personality, they’ll just think you sent them the contents of a business holiday greeting template.

Not good.

How can you avoid this fate? How can you find some more inspiration for creative greetings?

Here’s the good news I have for you: By the time you’ve finished reading this article, you’ll have the words you need to create business holiday greetings that sparkle and bring warmth to the hearts of their readers.


The Dos and Don’ts of Business Holiday Greetings

Dos are things you should do. Don’ts are things you should not do. 

This is important to know—even the most delicious spices won’t taste good if you use them incorrectly. So, there are a few things you need to know about writing business holiday greetings before I give you those 15 spicy words. Think of this as advice telling you “how to say it” and “how not to say it.”

Dos

  • Begin with a seasonal expression or appropriate holiday greeting. For example, you can start a letter with “Seasonal greetings to you!” This will let readers know right away that you’re sending a holiday greeting.
  • Express appreciation for the person you’re writing to (and their business) and express your wish of being of service to them in the future. This adds to the personalized touch.
  • Wish the person you’re writing to happiness, success, health and/or prosperity. For example, you can write something like, “all the best to you in 2016.”

Don’ts

  • Don’t let your holiday greeting be your only message. Such a card or letter screams “mass production” and, let me tell you, that is worse than sending no card at all. Make it personal by adding your own message to each individual person. Include details that show you know the person and their company.
  • Don’t use a holiday greeting message as a sneaky way to get a point across (make people understand or believe something), lecture the group or relay office news.
  • Don’t turn your holiday greeting into an aggressive sales letter.

More Holiday Greeting Writing Tips

It is not just the words you choose that will make your message sparkle. As you write your holiday greeting message consider that:

  • Even though the holiday season may be joyous for you, it might not be for everyone. Santa may know who’s naughty and nice, but you can’t know who’s happy and sad. So here’s what you do—choose a message that is low-key. Express your good wishes, but make sure that it’s not gushing with cheer (overly cheerful).
  • Not everyone has the same religious beliefs. Their new year may not begin on the first of January. Show respect for these facts by choosing terms that aren’t associated with religion such as “the holidays,” “this season” and “at this time of year,” and include the year in your happy new year wishes (“wishing you success and happiness in 2016”).
  • While you don’t want to weigh your letter down with office news, feel free to include personal updates and important information such as a change of address.

Types of Holiday Greetings

Greeting cards, letters, email—which format choice will best suit your message? The choice is really up to you, but as with all choices each one has advantages and disadvantages.

  • Greeting Cards — The good old greeting card is as much a feature of the holiday season as holiday sales and decorations. Do you love greeting cards? Then go ahead and send them. Just avoid the temptation to simply add your signature to cards with mass produced messages. Make the card meaningful by adding your own message. Better yet, buy a greeting card that’s blank inside and make your message the highlight of the card.
  • Business Letters — How can you make your holiday greeting even more personal? Put it in a letter. You can make a letter as personal as you want by using different designs and graphics. Plus you can truly individualize the content. Your business associates know this and will appreciate your efforts. Oh, and don’t worry if you have bad handwriting. It’s acceptable to type your holiday greeting business letter.
  • Email — Even though sending holiday greetings in an email or sending an email greeting card has become a very popular option, these digital messages lose that personal touch for some people. Does that mean it’s best to avoid using this format? By all means, no. I advise, though, using it with business associates who you usually communicate with via email and who also send e-cards to you.

Resources for Improving Your Holiday Business Greetings

I’m going to get you started in the right direction, but these aren’t the only words that you can use to add spice to your business holiday greetings. If you’re looking for more try:

  • Watching FluentU English videos related to Christmas and other holidays. Worried that you don’t know enough about English-speaking culture to use these holiday greetings? FluentU shows you exactly how to use these phrases (and much more) exactly like native speakers do.

FluentU provides real-world videos like business dialogues, interviews, TV clips, news reports and more. Each video comes with interactive subtitles so you never miss a word. Just click any word or phrase and the video will automatically pause to give you a definition.

It’s the perfect way to learn natural English, and it doesn’t even feel like studying. Best of all, you can practice anytime, anywhere on your computer, iOS or Android device.

  • Performing a search on the Internet using the keywords “holiday greetings.” You’ll find greeting cards and lists that will feed your creativity.
  • Looking at greeting cards in stores.
  • Studying the greeting cards, letters and emails you receive.

15 Meaningful Words to Use in Holiday Greetings to Business Partners and Customers

1. Blessings

A blessing is a thing that leads to happiness or helps bring good things to you. A common holiday greeting phrase using the word “blessing” is “seasons’s blessings.”

You may also see the term “to count your blessings,” meaning to stop and take time to be thankful for the good things in your life.

How would you use apply this to a business holiday greeting? Try saying something like, “This time of year compels us to count our blessings—and among them are good customers like you.”

2. Celebration

The holiday season is a time of celebration. Celebration occurs when people do enjoyable or special things in honor of the holidays. So instead of just writing, “Happy Holidays,” add your own personal holiday wishes to the phrase and show that you are celebrating this year. You might write something like, “In celebration of the holiday season…”

3. Gratitude

What do you feel when you appreciate having something? Gratitude. Since you want to send your business associates, clients or customers a holiday greeting, I’m thinking that you appreciate them and want to tell them so.

Do that with a phrase like this, “I would like to express my sincere gratitude for your business over the past year.”

Include the phrase in a sentence like this, “As we at (the name of your company) look back over 2015, we remember with sincere gratitude our friendly and faithful customers. Customers like you.”

You can also use the word “grateful” and write something like, “We are grateful for friendly and faithful customers like you.”

4. Happiness

Happiness is the feeling of pleasure and excitement that you have because of your life or general situation. While the holiday season isn’t reserved for happiness, it is a time when people tend to wish people happiness.

Here’s how. You can write, “Everyone here at (the name of your company) sends you best wishes for happiness, health and prosperity throughout 2016.”

Or, you can write, “I hope the New Year brings you health and happiness.”

Here’s yet another option, “We send our warmest wishes for health and happiness.”

5. Health

The state of being free from illness is health. Wishing people health during the holiday season is common and often goes with the word “happiness.”

Just take a look at the sentences under “happiness” to see how often the two words are used together.

If you want to say something a bit different try this, “We wish you the gifts of love, friendship and good health.”

6. Joy

What is the word for feelings of great happiness? Joy.

Spread wishes of joy by spicing up your business holiday greetings with a phrase like “small daily joys.” All you have to do is add it to your wish for a year of health and happiness.

You can also use the word joy to talk about the season, “May the beauty and joys of the season stay with you during the whole year.”

7. Peace

The opposite of war is peace. Partner this word with “happiness” as in “Wishing you a new year of peace and happiness.”

You can also use this word in a greeting like this, “Wishing you the gifts of the season—Peace, Joy and Hope.

8. Pleasure

When you have a feeling of happiness, enjoyment, or satisfaction you are feeling pleasure.

Try spicing up this sentence that I already gave you: “This Holiday Season we wish to extend our warmest greetings and best wishes for a New Year full of happiness and health.”

Here’s my recommendation for using the word “pleasure” in this sentence: “It’s our pleasure this Holiday Season to extend our warmest greetings and best wishes for a New Year full of happiness and health.”

9. Prosperity

Ahh, prosperity. Something that many people strive for. Oh, let me back up. What’s prosperity? It’s what you have when you’re successful, usually because you’ve made lots of money.

These are business greetings after all, so it’s common to wish people prosperity.

Use this word in a phrase like this: “May your year be filled with happiness, health, and prosperity.”

You can also wish that people “have aprosperous new year.

10. Rejoice

When you show that you are happy about something, you are rejoicing. You are celebrating job.

Open your greeting with a phrase like, “As we rejoice in the magic of the holiday season…”

Then follow that happy idea with your personal message.

11. Remembrances

Remembrance is the act of thinking back about a person, thing or event. How can you use this in your holiday greetings?

Well, you can use another form of the word and say, “Remembering you this holiday season.”

12. Season

While you might think of spring, summer, autumn and winter when you hear this word, English speakers also use it to talk about particular periods of time during the year in general. You know, like football season, baseball season or beach season. Well, as you’ve seen, we often talk about the holiday season as well.

You can use this word in phrases like:

“All the best of the season.”

“Compliments of the season.”

“Magic of the holiday season.”

“Season’s greetings.”

“Wishes for a joyous season.”

“Have a wonderful holiday season.”

Just take your pick!

13. Serenity

Serenity is a feeling of calm and peacefulness.

Add this word to wishes of joy and health by writing, “We’re wishing you joy, health and serenity this holiday season.”

14. Success

A person achieves success when they meet their goals. The goal may be to obtain wealth, respect or fame. You can also achieve personal success and professional success that is measured by something important to you personally.

Wishing your business acquaintances success is similar to wishing them prosperity.

Vary your holiday greeting by sending wishes of continued success.

Write something similar to this, “Wishing you a season of joy and continued success in 2016.”

15. Wishes

In holiday greetings, English people use the word “wishes” or some form of it to say that we want whatever follows the word to happen to the person to whom we are writing.

For example, you can write, “wishes for a joyous season,” “wishing you happiness and health,” “wishing you continuing success” or anything similarly positive. What do you wish for your business acquaintances? Just put it after the word “wish.”

Those are the 15 words we have for you this year.

Good luck writing your own holiday greetings!

Here’s wishing you a happy holiday season and continued success with your English language learning in 2016.

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New Year Messages

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As 2018 comes to a close, we’re preparing to send our last emails of the year. Among them is a Happy New Year email—with great design, of course. To get inspired, we’re looking back at some of our favorite New Year email greetings from last year. Most fall into one of these four categories: personal notes, promotions, short-n-sweet messages, and year-in-review emails. So whether you’re sending a Happy New Year email to clients, customers, colleagues, or friends, there’s plenty of inspiration here to make your message beautiful and bright. Scroll on!

#1. New Year emails with a personal tone

‘Tis the time of year to reflect on months past and express thanks to all who supported, followed along, and invested in you. To show gratitude, many Happy New Year emails have a personal touch, whether it’s a note from a CEO or photos of staff.

Rag & Bone

Subject: Happy New Year from rag & bone!

What a creative twist on a letter-style email from Rag & Bone. We love the typewritten look and personal signature at the end.

Citizens of Humanity

Subject: Hello, 2018.

The written message is succinct but impactful in this email from Citizens of Humanity, especially paired with a stunning photo grid picturing employees at work. The email adds a lot of depth to the brand, humanizing the labor that goes into the products they create.

Frank and Oak

Subject: Happy New Year! ✨????

Here’s an example of a Happy New Year email that’s personal, yet simple (and funny, too). An email like this looks stunning but is actually so easy to create. Simply choose a large, sans serif font (like Helvetica) with a bold, contrasting color against a pastel background. The polaroid-style staff photo is a nice personal touch, too.


#2. Promotional New Year emails with a nudge to buy

Plenty of New Year emails take a break from offering deals and promotions, while others do add an incentive to click. These promotional emails have a good balance of messaging that says Happy New Year while also giving readers a reason to purchase.

Grammarly

Subject: How to Wish Someone Well in 2018

It’s right on-point for Grammarly to be talking about grammar, no matter the occasion, and New Year’s is no exception. (Or is it New Years?) This is a clever way to engage readers. Though we’d make that CTA button text a little more exciting!

Lumosity

Subject: Celebrate 2018 with 35% off Premium

Here’s a New Year’s Day promotion email from Lumosity, with this fun ball-dropping animation:


#3. Reflective New Year emails featuring a year-in-review

There’s a big window for sending a year-in-review email. We typically see them land in our inbox the last week of December, all the way through mid-January. Year in review emails typically round up or summarize a brand’s highlights, achievements, or big moments of the year. Last year, we rounded up some of our favorites. Here are three more beautifully designed ones to add to that list.

Litmus

Subject: Litmus + email: 2017 year in review

This dynamic, live-text-filled email from Litmus gives us heart eyes. The hero image is eye catching and the color scheme is unique. (Psst: Make your email similar by choosing Courier font and experimenting with pale HTML background colors).

Reformation

Subject: THE SUSTAINABILITY REPORT – 2017

Reformation’s extensive year-in-review email (which we trimmed significantly to give you a taste), is made easy to read with large live text, section breaks, and big headers. The body area is also narrow, aiding legibility.

Spotify

Subject: Your 2018 in music: find out how you listened

Got data? Use it! This year-in-review from Spotify is personalized for each user. Plus it looks great: bold colors, large text, a custom CTA, and this animated GIF:


#4. Happy New Year—short and sweet!

Not feeling sentimental, reflective, or promotional? That’s okay—plenty of brands send short and sweet Happy New Year emails that do the trick. These emails still get your brand name in front of readers over the holidays and are fun to send, too.

Naja

Subject: ???? Happy New Year! ????

Glittery and festive, this GIF says it all:

Bloomingdale’s

Subject: Happy New Year, Rebecca!

We love the personalized subject line and this playful, sassy animation:

Honest Co.

Subject: ???? HAPPY. NEW. YAY!

Feeling simple? That’s okay, too. This basic ecard from Honest Co. is nice as sugar and spice.


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You can customize the text, replace images, move or remove content blocks—you name it. It’s simple and fast, and all templates are professionally designed so you can send with confidence.

Happy New Year, and happy email designing!

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Christmas and New Year Greetings Sample for Hotel Guests

Sample formats of personalised X'mas and New year greetings for guests staying at the hotel, Christmas wishes letters are normally signed by the General manager or Resident manager and then placed in the guest room along with small gifts or chocolates wrapped nicely in gift wrapping papers.

Hotels also send Christmas and new year wishes by email on beautifully designed HTML templates, to all guests who had stayed with them before and also to corporate bookers, travel agents etc.

The promotional letters should also include the details of special events, activities, New year party, Live entertainment etc.  Also, the contact details of the hotel along with any coupon codes can also be mentioned on the Xmas greetings. The email database should be carefully filtered and select only those guests who had opted for or given permission to receive promotional email/greetings on their email id.

Hotel Guest Christmas Wishes and New year Wishes Sample

Hotel Christmas and New Year Format 1:

Dear Guest,

The Festive Season is a time for celebration, enjoyment and goodwill. When the chilling north wind blows and howls outside, you will find an atmosphere of warmth from our open fires, cheer and friendliness in the comforting surroundings of the [Mention your Hotel Name].

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Hotel General Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Format 2:

Warmest Christmas and New Year Greetings!

To our distinguished guests.

On behalf of The Management, and our Staff of [Mention Your Hotel Name], we would like to express our sincere thankfulness for your chosen our hotel during your time in [Mention City Name], especially at the Christmas and new year time. We would like to wish you a merry and peaceful Christmas as well as the best wonderful time in happiness and healthy on the New Year with family and all friends.

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!

Sincerely,
The Manager Team


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 3:

Dear Guest,

May the peace and joy of the holiday season be with you throughout the coming year.

Merry Christmas and Happy New year!

Best Regards,
[Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 4:

Dear Mr. [Guest Name]

The Management and staff of [Hotel Name] send warmest greetings for the season and very good wish for the coming year [2019]

Warmest Regards,
General Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 5:

Dear Guest,

Merry Christmas

The joy this season brings when we sing the carol hymns giving gifts and spreading love may this be the best Christmas you will ever have.

Warm wishes on Christmas and New Year!

Best Regards,

Sales Team [Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 6:

Merry Christmas!

Dear Guest,

Bells and ringing and everyone are singing.

May the joy and peace of Christmas be with you all through the year.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year.

Management and staff
[Hotel Management]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 7:

Dear Mr. Guest Name,

Wishing you and your family every happiness this festive season.

Best Regards,
General Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 8:

Dear ( Mention Guest Name )

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Christmas and New Year's Eve special menu!

It's that most wonderful time of the year, when [your hotel name] twinkles with holiday lights and festive special events are just around the corner to make everyone merry. Enjoy the most charming part of the year with an extra treat at [Mention your hotel name].

Warmest Regards,
[Mention Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 9:

Dear (Mention Guest Name),

On behalf of the entire team at [Mention Hotel Name], I wish you a magical Christmas and Happy New Year.

Best Regards,

General Manager / Resident Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 10:

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Season's Greetings with all good wishes for the new year from the entire team.

Warmest Regards,
[Hotel Management]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 11:

Our sincerest wishes for hope, happiness and peace during this holiday season and throughout the coming year.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Warmest Regards,
[Hotel Management]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 12:

Dear Mr. [Guest Name]

All of us at [Mention Hotel Name] join in wishing you a happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year.

Best Regards,
General Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 13:

Dear Mr. [Guest Name]

Wishing you sparkle and cheer for a bright Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Best Regards,
[Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 14:

Dear Mr. [Guest Name]

Wishing you sparkle and cheer for a bright Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Best Regards,
[Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 15:

Christmas greetings from [Hotel Name]

There is nothing like Christmas.

As we all live more divergent and peripatetic lives, Christmas is the shared experience that brings us together, that gives us a common purpose and shared rituals.

Like millions of others, we participate in holiday rituals, such as The Hotel’s lobby Christmas tree, Our Gingerbread House, Cake Shop etc.

Those of us at [Hotel Name] are blessed to have many guests during the holidays that bring the magic of the season right to our workplace. It reminds us that this is a time for filling our lives with friends, family, food, gift giving and celebration.

Warmest Regards,
Hotel Director


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 16:

Dear [Booker Name]

[Hotel Name] heartily wish you a Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!

We always look forward to this holidays, which relate the brightest and best hopes, cherished wishes. We sum up the results and make plans for the future.

May the coming year be a year of steady development, stability and harmony for you.

Our team at [Hotel Name] sincerely wishes you unforgettable journeys and amazing discoveries in the New Year.

Best Regards,
Director of Sales


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 17:

At [Mention Hotel Name],

Christmas time is always special.

At [Mention Hotel Name & Location] we pride ourselves on warm hospitality and exceptional service. When you add the great food our excellent Head Chef [Mention Chef's name] you have our guarantee of a superb festive experience.

Let one or our team of expert Christmas Planners guide you through your event whether it be joining one of our party nights, enjoying a festive lunch [Mention restaurant Name] or a bespoke celebration in our Lounge or your Suite!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

[Mention Hotel Name]


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 18:

Dear Guest,

Seasons Greetings!

Let us take care of the details and we will make your festive season extraordinary, memorable and a whole lot more relaxing.

Whether you are looking for a traditional family dinner with all the trimmings, a festive party night with colleagues or more intimate dining experience, we have got everything you need.

Experience Christmas with a touch of luxury, mouth-watering menu delights and all the special touches you would expect from [Mention Hotel Name].

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Best Regards,
General Manager


Hotel Christmas and New Year Message Format 19:

Dear Guest,

Seasons Greetings!

From our famed hospitality, unique spaces and great locations to our experienced team pulling it all together,
you can enjoy a Christmas celebration to remember.

Whether you choose to celebrate with a formal sit down dinner or an informal party with sharing platters, we’ll help you craft your perfect Christmas and New Year.

Kind Regards,
Director of Sales
[Mention Hotel Name]


Download Sample Christmas and New Year Greetings Format

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