Flowers are the perfect gift. They are beautiful and one-size-fits-all. They are fun to order and even better to receive. So we have put together some card messages to help you share the love for all kinds of reasons this season. Enjoy!
Warm greetings perfect for any celebration.
- Snow may blow
ice may freeze
but I’ll never find better friends such as these!
Much love to you, my friends.
- Joy to the World! And all happiness to you this season.
- May peace find you this season and keep you year round.
- Wishing you and yours all the magic of the season.
- Here’s hoping this joyous season is full of many more surprises!
Baby, It’s Cold Outside!
These are some romantic card messages that are sure to keep the home fires burning.
- I trust in miracles this season because I found you, my love.
- I couldn’t wait for Christmas to tell you how much I love you!
- My best memories from this year have all been with you.
Thank you for being such a wonderful part of my life.
- You make every day merry and bright.
- Peace. Joy. Happiness. I have it all with you dear!
Auld Lang Syne
Here are some sayings to wish someone all the best this new year.
- 2014 is going to be YOUR year! Live it up!
- We’ll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne. Happy New Year!
- “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.”
– T.S. Eliot
- May your past inform your future this bright and shiny New Year.
- We are wishing you all the very best for this New Year with health, wealth and happiness
For The Kwanzaa Celebration
A few phrases to help rejoice in your heritage and share the bounty of the year with loved ones.
- Wishing you and yours a joyous Kwanzaa!
- Sharing with you the bounty and blessings of the season. Heri za Kwanzaa!
- As you observe the Nguza Saba this Kwanzaa, may these colors add to your celebration of past, present and bright future!
- From our family to yours, we wish you the joy and light of a festive Kwanzaa.
- “…dare to practice the ancient ethical obligation of serudj ta
— to heal, repair, remake and renew the world,