AW: Congratulation card for a marriage

Adam Frost icemandeaf at GMAIL.COM
Thu May 13 15:02:42 UTC 2010

What is normally on a wedding card? ;-)


On May 13, 2010, at 2:12 AM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:

> Hello Gerard and sw-list,
> Well I assume you want to write this greeting card in ASL?
> As soon as somebody of the ASL experts give a suggestion how to sign  
> that I will be happy to create a beautiful card especially for you –  
> smile
> Stefan ;-)
> Von: SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages [mailto:SW-L at LISTSERV.VALENCIACC.EDU 
> ] Im Auftrag von Gerard Meijssen
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 12. Mai 2010 18:48
> Betreff: Congratulation card for a marriage
> Hoi,
> I have an unusual request, actually I have two.
> My nephew is going to marry in June and, I want to give him  
> something he is unlikely to get from someone else. I want to give  
> him a card with a text in SignWriting. My family knows of my  
> interest in SignWriting and they will appreciate it when a community  
> I am part of is part of my best wishes to the bride and groom.
> The second request is quite similar but is on behalf of my sister. A  
> cousin of the girlfriend of my nephew is going to marry his male  
> partner. She is sad because she cannot attend the ceremony. As the  
> cousin is deaf, it would be really neat if she can send him and his  
> groom a congratulatory card as well.
> As you may know, I enjoy the cards that are send with SignWriting  
> wishes a lot. I think it would be a cool thing when there are many  
> cards on the SignWriting website for us all to use. One of the ways  
> we can make SignWriting more visible is sending cards in  
> SignWriting.. What do you think ??
> Thank you in advance,
>       Gerard

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