In the midst of planning a wedding back in New York for this fall from her California home, one of the lovely Wedding Paper Divas staffers is also helping plan her fiancé’s MBA graduation party. She is the ultimate definition of a busy girl!
Luckily, she works at Tiny Prints—the Wedding Paper Divas parent company—where special celebrations are our forte. She’s put us all to work finding the perfect favors, helping her pick out graduation party invitations and even getting our input on which graduation card to send to her fiancé.
If you haven’t checked out our brand new collection of greeting cards, we promise you’ll love it. From the adorable designs to the library of verses you have to choose from and the ability to upload photos and personal notes to every design, it’s a fun experience from start to finish!
Here are a few designs we’re recommending that the bride-to-be sends to her husband-to-be for his upcoming graduation depending on whether she’s feeling sentimental, snarky or simply stylish:
If you’re recently married (or about to tie the knot), there’s one person you certainly don’t want to forget on Mother’s Day—your new Mother-in-Law. Whether she’s a saint or a true Monster-in-Law, she’s a part of the family now…
To make sure you celebrate your first Mother’s Day with her in style, check out our brand new line of greeting cards. Tiny Prints Greetings offers a fun and easy way to personalize greeting cards for everyone on your mailing list. Plus, you get three cards FREE when you sign up, so you have nothing to lose!
Imagine how much your Mother-in-Law would love a photo Mother’s Day card with a picture from the wedding?
Valentine’s Day cards have been shared in Europe for centuries, but the American tradition of sending Valentine’s Day cards was pioneered by one innovative and creative young woman. Esther Howland, “The Mother of the American Valentine,” was inspired by an ornate English valentine she received shortly after graduating from college in 1847. Determined to make beautiful valentines of her own, she ordered paper lace and floral embellishments from England, created a few samples and was overwhelmed by the volume of orders placed at her family’s Massachusetts stationery shop.
Operating during the height of the golden age of valentines from 1840-1860, Esther grew her business from a small valentine production line in her family’s home to full-blown flourishing and in 1879, The New England Valentine Company was created. Her business thrived until she retired in 1881, when she sold it to the George C. Whitney Company. Esther’s highly intricate and romantic paper lace designs, as well as many others, set Valentine’s Day cards trends in America for over thirty years.
At Wedding Paper Divas we’re inspired by Esther’s dedication to creativity, romance and above all, innovation. As a modern tip of the hat to our pioneering, visionary sister, our state-of-the-art personalization options allow you to make our Valentine’s Day designs your unique cards. Newlyweds and couples can easily customize a quick, heartfelt thank you note to loved ones or transform a valentine design into a moving or marriage announcement.
With the Sweet Paisley Valentine Red Photo Card, choose to keep “Happy Valentine’s Day” at the top but incorporate “Your wedding date” where the family member names are. Like Esther Howland’s exclusive paper lace creations, our personalization options and designs combined with your sentiments and style offer the perfect opportunity to create your own exclusive and indelible Valentine’s Day card trends.