The beginning of a new calendar year brings with it a sense of optimism and possibility, making it an ideal time to spend with friends and family. With the correct New Year’s cards, you can let the people who matter know that you’re thinking of them on New Year’s Eve, whether you’ll be together to celebrate in person or far apart. While wishing someone a “Happy New Year, New Year’s or New Years!” isn’t too much to ask, a simple “Happy New Year!” could work, but there are many other, more interesting ways to express your best wishes for the coming year, depending on the person to whom you are sending them.
What should one say in an electronic greeting card for the New Year? The greatest letters, whether electronic or physical, come across as having been written with some degree of thought. There is no shortage of ways to spread cheer to everyone who is important to you, and your New Year card messages will differ based on whether you want to send the same thing to everyone on your holiday card list or create unique notes for each person. A variety of alternatives for communicating your best wishes to friends and family are provided here.
Traditional New Year’s wishes:
These blurbs are simple and straightforward, while still being thoughtful:
Health and happiness to you and yours in the new year ahead.
Out with the old, in with the new. Happy New Year!
New Year wishes for friends:
A more lighthearted and individual note is better received by close friends. These joyous New Year’s greetings show optimism for sustained friendship in the next year and the creation of new unforgettable moments:
“Write in your heart that every day is the best day of the year.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Happy New Year! Let’s eat, drink, and be merry.
I knew I could make it through this year because of you. Thank you for your friendship!
New Year wishes for your family:
Sending New Year’s wishes to close friends and relatives might be an opportunity to express your affection in a more intimate way.
Hugs, kisses, and New Year’s wishes.
May you have good health, lots of happiness, and a great New Year.
Here’s to new adventures.
A New Year message for your love:
Yes, Valentine’s Day is the epitome of romance, but New Year’s Eve has plenty of potential for love as well. If you and your significant other will be spending the holiday apart, it is even more important to send a heartfelt greeting to start off the new year on a positive and loving note.
“A bridge of silver wings stretches from the dead ashes of an unforgiving nightmare to the jeweled vision of a life started anew.” Aberjhani
“How can our love go wrong if we start the New Year right?” —Bing Crosby
“Wonder whose arms will hold you good and tight. When it’s exactly twelve o’clock that night. Welcome to the New Year, New Year’s Eve?” —Ella Fitzgerald