Impress Your Admin: 5 Simple Tips for Perfect Thank You Notes

Posted by Andrea Purcell on

Administrative Professionals Day is right around the corner, and it's time to show your appreciation for the hardworking individuals who keep your office running smoothly. A heartfelt thank you note is the perfect way to express your gratitude, but crafting the perfect message can be a daunting task. Don't worry - we've got you covered! Here are five simple tips for writing the perfect thank you note that is sure to impress your admin and make them feel truly appreciated.

High Quality Thank You Card

1. Choose high-quality stationery:

The first step in crafting an impressive thank you note is selecting the right stationery. High-quality, beautifully designed paper will set the tone for your message and make a lasting impression. Consider choosing stationery that reflects your admin's personal style or interests. For an extra special touch, consider pairing your note with one of Addison Taylor Design's stunning floral arrangements. Our unique, designer-curated bouquets are the perfect accompaniment to your heartfelt words and will leave a lasting impression.

2. Be genuine and specific:

When writing your thank you note, it's essential to be genuine and specific in your appreciation. Mention specific tasks your admin has done to make your life easier or share a story about a time they went above and beyond. By showing that you've noticed their efforts and value their contributions, you'll make your message more meaningful and impactful. Remember, the key is to be sincere - your admin will be able to tell if your words come from the heart.

3. Use power words:

Power words are compelling and evoke strong emotions. Using them in your thank you note can make your message more persuasive and memorable. Incorporate power words like "amazing," "impressive," and "outstanding" to emphasize your admin's qualities and accomplishments. Be sure to balance your use of power words with genuine, heartfelt sentiments to avoid sounding insincere or over-the-top.

4. Keep it concise and well-structured:

While it's important to be specific in your appreciation, remember that less is more. Aim to keep your thank you note concise and well-structured. Start by expressing your gratitude, followed by specific examples of your admin's outstanding work. Close your note with a heartfelt, personal message that conveys your appreciation and best wishes. A well-structured, concise note will be more impactful and easier to read.

5. Handwrite and hand-deliver:

In today's digital world, a handwritten thank you note stands out and adds a personal touch that can't be replicated through email or text. Take the time to write your message by hand, ensuring your penmanship is neat and legible. When possible, hand-deliver your note to your admin, preferably accompanied by a beautiful Addison Taylor Design floral arrangement. This extra effort will show your admin that you value their work and have taken the time to express your gratitude personally.

Boss Hand Delivering Flowers and Hand written Thank You Card


Writing the perfect thank you note for your administrative professional doesn't have to be a daunting task. By following these five simple tips, you can craft a heartfelt, impactful message that will leave a lasting impression on your admin. Pair your note with one of Addison Taylor Design's luxurious, designer-curated floral arrangements to elevate your gesture and make this Administrative Professionals Day one they'll never forget. After all, your admin deserves nothing less than the best.

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