Let's bring greeting cards back into the trend.

Can you go back to a period when you were given a greeting card and a handwritten letter? When was the last time you sat down and wrote a letter to someone you held dear? It’s pretty unlikely to happen anytime soon, right? Due to the rapid speed of our lives and the rising prevalence of digital technology, we have lost sight of the significance of maintaining that personal touch. In their most basic form, greeting cards are an archaic form of communication that, despite its age, continues to be utterly charming and satisfying. They convey the message that you care enough about the recipient to take the time to put your admiration, emotions, ideas, and sentiments into written form and send it to them. Why should we bring them back? Here are some reasons

A handmade effect

Unfortunately, not all of us have the time (or the patience) to create our own greeting cards by hand, no matter how much we’d want to. On the other hand, you can do many easy things to create the impression that your designs were done by hand. You always have the option to put the finishing touches on your drawings by hand before sending them out. Whether that means handwriting a message, adding a decorative element like a sticker or ribbon, or even printing your designs on flat unfinished sheets so that you can cut and fold them yourself, there are many ways to personalize your invitations. There is an almost infinite number of methods to create your own hand-finished appearance.

Keeping the tradition alive

Sending greeting cards to your loved ones is a ritual that originated in ancient China. In the spirit of the New Year, they would often share well wishes with one another. Therefore, let us continue to uphold this meaningful custom and promote positive energy. You can either go out and purchase a greeting card or make your own. Take it up and express yourself by writing down your feelings, pasting in photographs, and including adorable doodles.


According to those with expertise in the greeting card market, younger consumers and millennials have mainly been influential in maintaining the sector’s viability. They are also purchasing costlier customized cards, which often include personal touches. Millennials are purchasing cards for various occasions, including birthdays, anniversaries, and even to congratulate pals on their performance on medical school exams. The Greeting Card Association has observed that millennials have a strong interest in events that are “card worthy,” such as the ones described above. Apps that enable users to quickly and easily send greeting cards uniquely tailored to the recipient are gaining popularity among millennials.