Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and lovebirds all over the world prepare for the year’s most romantic day. Some plan to buy the traditional red roses bouquet or a heart-shaped box filled with chocolates while others choose to make a DIY special gift. In any case, one thing is for sure: every present must be accompanied by awesome Valentine’s Day greetings

You know it, even though you’re afraid to admit it, that Valentine’s Day card and what it reads is more important than the gift itself. It shows your beloved ones what they mean to you and plus they last forever. It’s something you can find after years in a drawer and remember that special day on the 14th of February 2019. So, the question is how to write the best Valentine’s Day greetings. 

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What has to be in a Valentine’s Day Card

Not all of us have a poet hidden inside. And that’s totally fine. You can still write a 3 to 5 lines text that will make your darling’s heart melt. All you have to do is make this text sound unique. Think for example, what you like the most about this person, a special moment you share during the day or an inside joke only the two of you laugh about. Then all you have to do is write it down in your own words.

Even if it doesn’t sound as poetic as you wish it did it still is much better than writing just a cliché phrase. If you fill the card’s blank page with just an overused quote, chances are your beloved one will think that you saw this Valentine’s Day card as a chore. And that’s exactly what you must avoid!

How to choose the right type of Valentine’s Day card?

Ever since Valentine’s Day is a celebrating day for couples, romantic cards of all kinds, shapes and colors fill the shops already since early February. But especially nowadays you have a bundle of possibilities which kind of Valentine’s Day greetings you want to send. You can choose a pop-up Valentine’s Day card, add your favorite photo to the front page or send a personalized card.

For a DIY Valentine’s postcard read this easy homemade card guide.

Valentine’s card design – the message on the front page matters

Aside from the shape, the color and the size of the card another thing that is even more important is the front page message. It can be romantic, funny, honest or cheeky. You’re probably wondering how to choose the right type of card? Well, you know your significant other’s style, so it’s up to you to decide what will do the trick. All we can do is suggest some cards that are extra cute, romantic and/ or funny. 

Cute Valentine’s Day cards..

Valentine's Day Greetings - Bisous and kisses
Valentine's Day Greetings - Pawrfect
Valentine's Day Greetings - Come back soon Cat
Valentine's Day Greetings - Little Yoda

..or romantic Valentine’s Day cards

Valentine's Day Greetings - Love balloon
Valentine's Day Greetings - Love you graphic motif
Valentine's Day Greetings - Say Happy Valentines Day
Valentine's Day Greetings - Stylish heart

Valentine’s Card Templates

Valentine's Day Greetings - Heart frame template
Valentine's Day Greetings - Be my Valentine Template
Valentine's Day Greetings - You're one in a melon template
Valentine's Day Greetings - Happy Valentine's Day rose Template

Find those and even more love motives in our MyPostcard Designshop.

Valentine’s greetings messages – some quotes 

Hopefully, our article has already put you in the mood for Valentine’s Day and our bits of advice helped you start thinking about lines for your sweetheart’s Valentine’s Day card. But as some inspiration by experts never hurt anyone we gathered some phrases from our favorite romantic movies, songs, and books. Just in case you face a writer’s block.

  • “I love you. I am who I am because of you. You are every reason, every hope, and every dream I’ve ever had, and no matter what happens to us in the future, every day we are together is the greatest day of my life,” by Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook
  • “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other,” by Audrey Hepburn
  • “I feel like this is the beginning. Though I’ve loved you for a million years. And if I thought our love was ending. I’d find myself drowning in my own tears,” by Stevie Wonder “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
  • “I’ll be the ocean so deep and wide, And catch all the tears whenever you cry. I’ll be the breeze after the storm is gone, To dry your eyes and love you all warm,” by Otis Redding “That’s How Strong My Love Is”

Our Extra Valentine’s Day idea

If you’re planning to take your loved one for a romantic getaway, surprise her or him by putting the tickets in your Valentine’s Day card. Whether you’ll choose to take a two-day trip in magical Venice or spend a week in a luxurious all-inclusive hotel in the sun-drenched Caribbean, we bet your sweetie will always remember this Valentine’s Day.

Afraid of having a fight while a romantic getaway? With these tips about travel together you’ll have the best travel time!

Be creative, share your feelings and show your partner how important he or she is to you. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Have you decided to leave everything behind for a while and go on a last minute citytrip but you don’t know how to organize it without missing a thing? Worry not, because this article has all the tips you’ll need to plan your getaway.

Last minute citytrip tip #1
Choose your destination

Last minute citytrip - The perfect destination

Before choosing the right destination you have to think about how you’d like to spend your time on your city trip. Attending cultural events and visiting museums? Tasting all the local delicacies in high-end restaurants and street-food markets or just taking lazy walks by day and hitting the dancefloor by night? Most cities have a little bit of everything but each one has its strong point. So the question is what it is you’re looking for.

Last minute citytrip - Solo female travel


You are planning a solo girls trip? But honestly, you’re not sure where to start with planning? I can recommend you to start by thinking about a destination which has a special meaning for you. Follow your heart and listen to yourself – what was your dream for a long time?

Last minute citytrip tip #2
Book your flight

Last minute citytrip - book a flight

Once you’ve picked your destination, booking a flight is your next step. As last-minute tickets are usually quite expensive, you’ll have to look harder in order to find the cheapest way to get to your destination. As the name implies, Lastminutetravel is a site that helps travelers find the cheapest flights and accommodation -yes you guessed it right- for last-minute trips. If you can’t find what you’re looking for at Lastminutetravel.com, Skyscanner and Momondo will -as always- do the trick.

Last minute citytrip tip #3
Book accommodation

Last minute citytrip - The perfect accommodation

Spending your vacation in an accommodation you like is one of the most important aspects for an enjoyable trip. However, finding a room in a centrally located hotel may be a challenge. Chances are you either won’t find any or the ones you’ll find will be super expensive. So it’s time to start looking for some alternatives such as booking an Airbnb property or arranging a house swap. Homestay and Love Home Swap are some of the most popular sites for house exchange but keep in mind that you’ll have to do some in-depth research before finding a proper match.

Last minute citytrip tip #4
Book a tour guide

Last minute citytrip - Tour guide

If you’re arranging a last-minute city trip you’ll probably won’t have the time to do some proper online research in order to discover the most authentic experiences and less touristy places. So it might be a good idea to book a tour. Whether it will be a cultural tour, a gastronomy tour or a pub crawl it’s up to you, but in any case you’ll probably discover more than if traveling on your own. Each city has many professional tour guides and locals who are willing to take you to the most hidden corners. Tours by Locals and showaround are very helpful platforms for arranging such walks around the city.

Last minute citytrip - What to tip worldwide



It doesn’t matter what’s your next vacation – it’s always helpful to know when and what to tip in every country. Let’s have a look in our useful list about what to tip across the world

Last minute citytrip tip #5
Download helpful apps

Last minute citytrip - Download helpful apps

If joining a tour just feels too touristy for you and you prefer to plan your own route, make sure to download several useful apps before leaving home. Nowadays, there is an app for every need so that you will never find yourself unprepared. Citymapper or MAPS.ME are certainly among the most useful as they offer access to cities’ maps, Lonely Planet is one of the top travel sites for recommendations, Time Out offers top-notch recommendations for restaurants, bars, and cultural experiences, and the list could go on and on. So, find the app that suits your needs and the city you’re visiting best.

Last minute citytrip - Best apps for your vacation


Do you want to know which are the best vacation apps? Check them out, here is our list about the 10 most helpful holiday apps. And, of course, MyPostcard is one of them 😉 Send real postcards with your own vacation photos and your own text. Easy and super fast! 

Last minute citytrip tip #6
Check out events and concerts

Last minute citytrip - Search Events and concerts

No wonder small city excursions is a favorite kind of trip for culture buffs, history lovers and music enthusiasts. From temporary exhibitions in museums and art galleries to film festivals and music concerts, special events are always on the agenda of metropolises and smaller cities. Make sure to check out what’s going on during the days you’re planning to take your city trip and dive into the city’s cultural scene.

Last minute citytrip tip #7
Make a plan

Last minute citytrip - Make a list

If you don’t want to miss out on something while visiting a city make sure to make a plan beforehand. No matter how nice it may feel to just land in a new place you know little about, it can cost missing some really unique experiences and attractions. Visit A City is a website and app that lists some of the most significant landmarks in cities all over the world and suggests trip itineraries based on the time you’re planning to spend there. If none of them suit your taste make your own itinerary from scratch.

Last minute citytrip tip #8
Think who are you traveling with

Last minute citytrip - Choose the right Travel mate

Before planning your itinerary think who your travel companion will be. Especially if you’re traveling with kids you need to take into consideration that little ones wouldn’t really appreciate spending a lot of time in a modern-art museum or an experimental theatrical play. The same logic, of course, goes for the older ones, so make sure to talk with your travel buddies before making any detailed plans.

Last minute citytrip - Travel companion



You need a PERFECT MATCH! What to consider when choosing the perfect travel companion you can read here!

Last minute citytrip tip #9

Last minute citytrip - pack a suitcase

Packing the perfect suitcase for your last-minute city trip needs just as much planning as the rest of the trip. Make sure to pack both comfortable and stylish clothes because a city in the day feels totally different than in the night. You don’t want to forget your comfy sneakers if you want to enjoy endless walks around the attractions and neighborhoods, nor your high-heels if you want to experience the city’s nightlife. Travel size beauty products and cosmetics are certainly a must-have if you want to keep and look fresh the whole day.

Last minute citytrip tip #10

Last minute citytrip - Shopping

You might not have shopping in mind while planning your trip, yet not many people return from a city trip without an extra piece of clothing in their suitcase. Cities brim with high- end boutiques, second-hand stores, and flea markets, so even if you want to resist the temptation of adding another t-shirt or fluffy sweater to your collection no one can guarantee you will actually manage. Therefore, make sure to leave a bit of space in your luggage and add a few extra bucks to your budget.