Looking for a safe way to celebrate with your Valentine on February 14th?
For many of you, going out on a traditional date - eating out, seeing a movie - may not be an option but there are still fun ways we can all spend Valentines. Start with a message of love that's as impressive as is surprising. Here's a list of our favorite Valentine's Day Cards for 2021:
Date Night Valentine's Day Pop Up Card
Bring the restaurant date in with this cute card. You'll be sharing spaghetti over the table, laughing about how adorable and loving this unique card is.
Roses and Chocolate Pop Up Card
Yum! Nothing tops a Valentines Day gift like roses and chocolate. Now you can send them in the mail! It's the perfect card to accompany a non-food gift or a gift card to that favorite chocolatier.
You can't go wrong with this classic. Roses are the universal flower of love and are perfect for Valentine's Day. If you forgot to stop at the florist or just want to create that perfect surprise this card is as timeless as it is trendy.
Recently fallen in love? Maybe this is your first Valentine's Day with your new Covid - lover? Signaling your girlfriend or boyfriend is now cuter and more cuddly thanks to the Cupid's Heart pop up card. The simple but alluring bow and arrow cover leaves you guessing as you open the card to discover the hidden meaning inside!
Not into the cheesy stuff? Neither am I so I find this card to be funny and meaningful at the same time. Its golden embossed cover is classy with the unfinished messaged leaving the recipient intrigued. The fire pop up inside is beautiful standing against a clean white background to write that perfect message.
Know someone close to you working on the front lines during the pandemic? Make sure they aren't forgotten by sending them this special edition pop up to acknowledge their sacrifice. Valentine's Day can be much more then a hallmark holiday with you spouse. It's also about cherishing all of people we love and appreciate in our life. Here's a perfect card for that nurse, doctor or EMT - first responder this February.