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Vistaprint Introduces New Design Collection For Valentine's Day

Monday, February 13, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

An extended design gallery featuring customisable templates for Valentine's Day is now available online.

Vistaprint N.V., a leading online provider of professional marketing products and services to small businesses and the home, hopes to capture the romantic imagination of its customers with a new line of Valentine's content on eight of its European websites.

Saint Valentine's Day on February 14th, traditionally when couples and families express their love for each other, is typically symbolized using heart-shapes, doves and the winged-figure Cupid.

Vistaprint's new and unique Valentine's collection encompasses these traditions and moves them into a much bolder, more fun and imaginative design space. Having identified four strong, romantic design trends their complementary set is well-balanced to bring even the most diverse range of customers their perfect match.

The new collection was inspired and based on four main trends:

Laced with Love; feminine, delicate and ornate with a sensitive and poetic atmosphere. Sweet Vintage; fun and romantic, inspired by the 50s and 60s. Hero at Heart; masculine, strong, elaborate and refined. Love Letters; passionate and fun typographic messages.

Available in the UK, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Germany and France, new Valentine's designs can be printed on many of Vistaprint's popular products including T-shirts and mugs - items that suggest a more permanent gesture of love. To ensure no-one is excluded from the range, invitations featuring fun and thoughtful design options are also available for single's parties and events.

Vistaprint is well known for its extensive online design offering. Its recent addition of the Valentine's collection may prove once more that when it comes to customisable content, there are few providers who can match it.


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