I like a low key Valentine’s Day. I don’t like to mess with the overcrowded NYC restaurants and hard to book reservations, it’s a lot of fuss for a day when all you want is to hang out with the person that you most adore.
I think a nice card, maybe some flowers, a Seamless delivery and a movie night cuddled up on the couch is a perfect Valentine’s Day. (Actually, it’s pretty much the perfect any day.)
I love picking out cards for all occasions, and I’ve collected my favorite Valentine’s Day cards for bookworms from Etsy. If none of these are just right for your Valentine, try searching the name of their favorite book or author on Etsy – there are so many great literary themed cards to discover.
Right off the bat, you can start with the biggest statement there is:
Then, we can turn to Mr. Darcy for the ultimate in romance:
Is your significant other a Fangirl (or Fanboy) of Rainbow Rowell? Etsy has that covered too:
There are so many good Harry Potter valentines on Etsy. Some are naughtier than others. I am a fan of this one, but search “Harry Potter Cards” on Etsy to view a whole range:
Given my love for Douglas Adams, and the name of this blog, this card is one of my favorites:
For a simple, poetic approach, try Walt Whitman:
The romance between Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe is one of the best in all of literature:
If Gothic romance is your thing, Jane Eyre can help:
E.E. Cummings can always be trusted to set a heart fluttering:
The perfect Hemingway card:
And because Valentines shouldn’t just be for celebrating romantic love, here’s a card to celebrate friendship – from the ultimate friend, Winnie the Pooh: