Infographic: Valentines Day


If there is one thing we can all agree on, its that Valentines Day is a day for romance. You get to tell that special someone in your life how much they truly mean to you. Valentines Day is also big business. Next to Christmas, Valentines Day is the busiest holiday for sending cards. At least 1 billion Hallmarks are delivered by February 14th. Maybe this year, you can skip the card and instead produce a Valentines Vine. Can you say, "I love you" in nine seconds? Easy.


See this Valenvine in action!

The most popular gift for Valentines Day are roses. Yes, they bring a smile, a kiss and a hug, but theyre a little cliché, dont you think? Instead of a dozen roses that are doomed to wither, why not bring your special one a rose bush? Plant it the yard and you can literally watch your love bloom every year. Nice.


Looking for the perfect Valentines Day date? Skip the crowded restaurants. If you really want to impress your date, cook them dinner. Youll get bonus points if youre the one who doesnt usually cook! You could also set up your own private wine tasting. All you need are a few bottles of different vintages, a plate of cheese, some candles and a romantic playlist in the iPod. Add it up and youve got a perfect evening.


Valentines Day is also a very popular time to pop the question. This puts the pressure on the guys because 99% of all marriage proposals come from grooms. Of that group, 77% get down on one knee. Tradition!

If this is the year youre getting engaged, then youll want to kick off the wedding planning by setting the date. Once that is locked down, consider sending your friends and family a special Save the Date Custom Magnet. You can use a picture from the proposal night along with the date. That magnet goes right up on the fridge as a reminder and sweet keepsake. Right now, is offering 10% off your Save the Date magnets plus free shipping. Just enter the code WEHEARTYOU when ordering. Make this Valentines Day count!

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