Sample congratulatory letter, Congratulations letters for Home Purchase, Wedding and a Birth
Here's are a few sample congratulatory letters for someone moving into a new home, for a wedding and for a newly born. These types of letters don't have to be long and if you personally know the person that you are congratulating you can be informal too.
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Letter 1: Congratulations for Purchasing a New Home
Dear Kevin Lee,
I was delighted and excited to hear that you purchased a new home!
Even though moving house can be stressful and difficult at times, I know that you and your family will enjoy the new home as well as the neighbourhood and that you will plant roots there in no time.
Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with during your house move.
Letter 2: Congratulations on Your Wedding
Congratulations! I have just heard the wonderful and exciting news about your wedding to Karl Mona.
I greatly admire and respect your choice of partner and I have no doubt that the two of you will compliment each other.
I wish you all the happiness and a great life together in the years to come.
Letter 3: Congratulations, Birth of a Child
Dear John Williams,
We were very happy to hear the wonderful news about your newly-born daughter! I’m certain Trisha will bring you much happiness and enjoyment, not to mention some sleepless nights too. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help you with.
Please give my best wishes to your family; I look forward to meeting Trisha.
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