When gifts are delivered directly to your doorstep these days it's tempting to to avoid the extra effort to run to a local store and select the perfect complementary card. The time that would take to fit into a busy schedule makes a greeting card easy to eliminate, most especially if you gift in-person. One could ration, they're right there, what use is a card?
The art of note writing, calligraphy, and mailing cards may seem like a hinderance or an art of yesteryear, but in today's socially distanced society with smaller gatherings replacing the large parties, a card or note with a handwritten, heartwarming message is likely to be much more appreciated and valued.
From iPads and iPhones to Slack and DMs, communication is easier and more instantaneous than ever before. So what value does a handwritten note add? Much like the ORA hand-selected and wrapped gifts, a handwritten note is a personal touch. It reminds the recipient that they are worth all of the time, thought, and money that went into the gift. It reminds them that their presence, whether by being a friend, a loved-one, or a associate, is valued.
As writer Richard Michelli says, no combination of key-pad strokes, electronic impulses, and pixels can express a heartfelt thank-you, the warm welcome of an invitation, sincere condolences, the announcement of a birth or loving wishes of a Merry Christmas like a hand-written letter, card or note. At ORA we feel so strongly about this connection that each ORA Luxury Gift Box includes a hand-written gift note for your recipient.
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