Valentine Day Cards

Valentine Day Cards are a great way to express your love and send warm wishes to your beloved. A popular gift that lovers don’t miss out is giving beautiful cards for Valentine’s Day. Not only are these Valentines’ Day cards easily available, they are also the perfect way to tell your heart’s message to your beloved in an artistic way! Romantic Valentine greeting cards are a rage among lovers all over the world. Not many people would know this, but teachers receive the most Valentine’s Day cards, followed by children, mothers, wives, and then, sweethearts. Most of the cards are bought by young kids for their families and friends.

Cards are a celebrated symbol of Valentine’s Day. Everyone from young to old, make an expression of love through a beautiful and heartfelt Valentine’s Day Card. Little wonder, that after Christmas Valentine’s Day is a the second largest card-giving holiday in US. In India too, popularity of Valentine Cards is increasing every year. Some may be surprised to know that a greater percentage of Valentine’s Day Greetings are exchanged between non-romantic relations. In order of popularity Valentine Day Cards are given to teachers, children, mothers, wives and sweethearts. Women receive a little over half the Valentine’s Day cards exchanged on the occasion. In present time, Valentine’s Day E-Cards is very much in vogue because of their cost-effectiveness, instantaneous delivery and massive use of Internet technology.

Valentines Day Card History
Tradition of exchanging Valentine’s Day Cards is said to have begun as early as 1400’s. Credit for the first written Valentine’s Day Card is given to Charles – Duke of Orleans, who following capture at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, wrote a poem to his wife while imprisonment in the Tower of London. The greeting has been preserved by British Library.

The custom of sending cards on Valentines Day picked up by the 16th century and by 18th century Valentine’s Day Cards began to be manufactured on a large scale. Introduction of Penny Post and improved printing technology made cards affordable for general public and helped to increase the popularity of cards. Valentine’s Day cards adorned with traditional symbols like Cupid, hearts and roses instantly caught the fancy of love struck. In early 1800s factory workers made Valentine Cards by painting black and white pictures. Esther Howland, a young woman from Massachusetts is recognized as the first regular publisher of valentines in the United States. Esther sold her first handmade Valentine in 1849. This proved to be a stepping stone to a successful publishing firm specializing in elaborately decorated cards. By the end of the century, the cards were manufactured by machines and were adorned with flowers, gold leaf, satin and lace. In early 1900’s a card company called Norcross – began to manufacture Valentines Day Cards. Several others followed and the popularity of the cards soared over the years.

Valentine’s Day Card Ideas
Here are some tips and ideas to help you gift a perfect Valentine’s Day Card to your beloved:

  • Buy cards in time so that you have may select the card with ease. If you are good at painting you may also make a handmade Valentine’s Day Card
  • Write a verse or poem on the blank side. If you have a creative bent, a better idea would be compose your own lines, else quote a line that reflects your true feelings.
  • Paste a picture of your beloved or a picture of you and your Valentine together to recreate good times spent in the past.
  • List out reasons why you love your Valentine and write them in detail. Include specific memories and instances when he or she touched your heart.
  • Spray a little perfume in the card to charm your sweetheart.
  • Accompany the card with a bouquet of fresh flowers and a thoughtful gift.

Valentine Card Messaages

  • Love can’t be see with the eyes, but cann feel with the heart. And it is all about giving not taking!!
  • Trip over romance, you can get up with your heart. Fall in love and you fall forever.
  • The lovers are the monotheist who knows that other people worship different gods but cannot himself imagine that there could be other Gods.
  • We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
  • Love is spritual feeling and pure love helps us to experience the all mymighty God.
  • Sometimes feel the love with heart and sometime see with eyes, Sometimes with touch and sometime listen with ears but the meaning is one, And its love.
  • Love is like a butterfly. It goes where it pleases and it pleases where it goes.
  • Draw a circle, not a heart, around the one you love because a heart can break but a circle goes on forever.

Valentine’s Day is the day of love celebration, equally significant and precious to both young and old. Celebrate your long-lasting successful married life on this Valentine’s Day, together with your family. Valentine’s Day gives a reason to the married person also to express one’s love and intimacy to spouse, and celebrate the good fortune of being together, and loyal to each other, forever. Our Valentine’s Day cards use an extensive range of diverse themes, which are as follows:

  • Happy Valentine’s Day Wishes
  • Valentine’s Day Roses
  • Valentine’s Day Love and Warmth
  • Sincerity
  • Love Songs
  • Valentine’s Day Flowers
  • Poems & Quotes
  • Angel & Cupid
  • Thanksgivings
  • Romantic Cards
  • Valentine’s Day Love & Hugs
  • Friends
  • Husband Wife and Family
  • Couples
  • Custom Valentine’s Day Cards
  • Valentine’s Teddy Hugs
  • Crush
  • Dating
  • Digital Love
  • Fun Cards
  • Humor Cards
  • Animated
  • Kisses & Smooches
  • Valentine’s Day Gifts
  • Be My Valentine
  • Family
  • Specials
  • Missing
  • For Him
  • For Her
  • Be Mine
  • Funny Cards
  • Sentimental Cards
  • Suggestive Cards
  • First Valentine’s Day
  • Valentine Wedding
  • Valentine Anniversary

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