Good messages to write in Christmas cards include Christmas quotes, Bible verses, humorous Christmas references and simple wishes for a happy holiday season. Christmas cards often include notes about personal news if the recipient is a personal acquaintance.
Christmas quote options include lines from a favorite Christmas movie, a line from a book about Christmas or favorite lyrics from a Christmas carol. Examples include, "Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings," from "It's a Wonderful Life" and "The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear," from "Elf."
A Bible verse related to Christmas is appropriate for senders who want to add a religious tone to the card. Examples are Isaiah 9:6, Isaiah 7:14 and Matthew 1:21.
For senders who prefer a funny tone, humorous Christmas quotes, jokes or sayings are an option for the Christmas card message. Before using humor, it is important make sure the recipient is the type of person to appreciate a Christmas joke.
For a personal touch, card senders can share a memory or personal story in the card. This might include a memory from a past Christmas shared with the recipient. Christmas cards are often used to update people on life events that happened over the preceding year. Another option is to reference something that happened to the recipient. An example is, "Best wishes for continued blessings for you and your new baby!"