Everyone may have their own plans to make Valentine’s Day special. You may intend to send flowers, cakes, cookies, sweets, hampers, and many more gifts but cards have their own uniqueness. Valentine’s Day cards have been a consistent trend throughout the years. One change that has occurred however, is the transition from paper cards to virtual e-cards. In today’s modern era of the internet and social media, everything is done online. Why should greeting cards be left out of this trend then? There are numerous websites available online that consist of beautifully crafted cards which are easily customizable with a single click. We have picked out 5 websites which has the best e-cards you can send to your valentine.
Punchbowl isn’t explicitly about cards, but rather invitations. They’re themed to look like ones you’d get in the mail, with funky envelopes and differently designed invites inside.
Perhaps you want to invite your valentine out for a meal or on a day trip. Whatever your plan, you can express it with Cupid, cake, cats, and more. While creating the invite, set a date, time and other location details. Then your valentine can RSVP and let you know whether they’re on for the romantic escapade.
This site has animated, video cards which are the cutest thing ever. You can pick a card and customize the message. You choose what you want it to say, however much you want to write, and send it to your Valentine over email. Forgive the slightly old-school site design, because the range makes up for it.
You can edit the font, font size, and colour of your message for an even more personal card. It even lets you send a card to up to 100 people if you’re a very loving sort.
A virtual card from Someecards will definitely enlighten your sweetheart’s day. Someecards is among the most famous websites for generating e-cards for many different events and occasions. The cards and graphics of the cards on this website have been kept simple, hence you may not find them very extraordinary. However, this particular attribute makes these cards special and unique on the internet. Someecards would also be the most suitable option if you want to send an ecard to someone who likes blunt and slightly vulgar humour.
Just Wink offers a range of modern card designs across a range of categories. For example, It has a specific selection of LGBTQ card, or for those people who are anti-valentines.
The designs take the shape of virtual cards. You can customize the insides of them: add a photo, a message (along with the font and colour), and your signature. The receiver can then clicks and drag to open them up.
Many of the cards are free to send, though you will need to register for an account.
Unlike many other websites, JibJab adds a touch of innovation to the e-cards by adding dancing characters to them. The website has already become popular for the dancing Christmas elves that it incorporated in the Christmas cards last year. Now, it’s Valentine’s Day time. JibJab has officially announced and added an entire variety of fun dancing characters for the Valentine’s Day themed ecards.
The task doesn’t just end here. Have you thought of what will you write on the e-card you’ll be sending to your Valentine? We have got you covered here too. We have curated some of the best romantic quotes you can write on the e-cards.
In a world full of temporary things, you are a perpetual feeling. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Ever since we met, I’ve been telling you every single day that I love you, today, it’s a chance for me to show it as well. Happy Valentine’s day!
You make the abnormal seem normal and the normal seem fun. You truly make everything around you better; this is why I love you. Happy Valentine’s day!
It never fails. You smile, and the sun comes out. This is why I come to you in my moments of joy and sorrow. You are one amazing person, and I am so lucky to be your Valentine forever. Happy Valentine’s Day!
If you wake up one day and were asked to have a wish, what would it be?
Mine would be that our love would last until you see an apple in an orange tree. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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