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How to Create A Thanksgiving Business Message for Your Brand Using Canva

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Thanksgiving Day is one of the most popular days in the US and many other countries across the American continent.

It’s rare to find anyone who would not wish others a Thanksgiving message that day.

Business owners, however, are sometimes unclear about whether it will be professional or not to share a Thanksgiving wish on behalf of their business.

Moreover, they don’t know how to create the perfect thanksgiving business message even after deciding to share a wish.

This guide addresses both situations by explaining whether it’s professional for a business to wish on Thanksgiving and how to create a message for that.

We’ll show you how to create a Thanksgiving business message using one of our favorite graphic creators – Canva.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it Professional to Say “Happy Thanksgiving” in Business?

Of course. Thanksgiving Day is no different than any other festive occasion.

It’s one of the best times to post on social media as it can significantly impact your customers, clients, suppliers, employees, and whoever sees your wish.

How Do You Say “Happy Thanksgiving” in Business?

Just as you would say to someone you know personally.

You can send a message or email or even give everyone involved with your business Thanksgiving Day greeting cards.

What You’ll Need to Create A Thanksgiving Business Message

You’ll need the following things to create a Thanksgiving business message:

  • Computer with a web browser and internet connection: The steps explained below are explained from the perspective of computers. Although you can also do them on a smartphone, everything will be easier and faster on a computer.  
  • Canva account: You’ll need a Canva account to create your message. Both Pro as well as free accounts can work.

How to Create A Professional Thanksgiving Business Message: Step-by-Step Instructions

The easiest way to create a Thanksgiving business message is by using Canva, which includes pre-designed templates to create holiday-themed posts for many occasions.

So, first of all, go to Canva.com using your computer and log in or signup for a Canva account.

You can go for a free as well as a Pro account.

Remember that a free account will not allow you to use the Pro templates and designs.

Once you’ve signed in to Canva with your account, you can search for various kinds of Thanksgiving templates.

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The search will lead you to hundreds of Thanksgiving Day templates with stunning designs.

You can choose any of them per your preferences and start designing your Thanksgiving business message.

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As you’ll see, the templates included in search results will have images and short videos.

You can choose any of them depending on what type of message you want to create and whether or not you’re a Pro member.

Click the template once you’ve found one you want to edit, and then click the “Customize this template” button.

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Now you can edit it and replace the default message with your customized Thanksgiving message.

It’s as easy as double-clicking on the text and typing.

You can also make any other changes (i.e., replacing the background, adding new graphic elements, images, your logo, etc.) from the side panel of your Canva editor.

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Once you’ve added all the desired elements and feel your design looks good, you can save your design.

Just navigate to File >> Download option for doing that.

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Wrapping Up

Thanksgiving Day is one of the US’s best and most important festive occasions.

It can be an important occasion for businesses to connect with their customers in their unique brand voice.

Such wishes can also help increase your social media engagement.

This short guide will help you create your thanksgiving business message easily with the help of Canva.

If you still have any questions, drop them in the comments.

Also, share this guide on your social media handles if you learned something valuable from here.

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