Send your lover a Springtime Picnic in a 3D card from Lovepop.
Even in this age of e-cards, nothing warms my heart like receiving a greeting card in my actual mailbox. Granted, most of them contain super corny messages or plainly designed covers, but the sentiment is there. Lovepop goes beyond your average drugstore card to charm the pants off all the special people in your life.
With hundreds of designs, each Lovepop greeting features an intricate 3D paper sculpture designed on cutting-edge ship design software that is then hand-crafted using the Asian art form of sliceform kirigami. Founded by two naval architects, Wombi Rose and John Wise, who first came across handmade paper cards in Vietnam. Once they returned home and saw responses to the cards from family and friends, they decided to launch Lovepop in 2014.
Since then, the duo has continued to delight with their innovative and imaginative designs. They were named to the 2015 Techstars class and nominated for 50 on Fire by BostInno. They have also partnered with The Possible Project, where students are taught entrepreneurship skills to make their creative ideas come to life, for an exclusive collaboration series that features student designs.
I’m being completely honest when I say that there aren’t sufficient words to explain how charming Lovepop cards are. Just take a gander at some of the designs on their site, and you’ll agree. From the romantic pair of Lovers in a Dogwood Tree wedding card and giggle-inducing Bun in the Oven new baby card to the heartwarming Cat Mom tenderly placing her kittens in a basket Mother’s Day card and insanely intricate Ninja Birthday card, the options are endlessly fun and creative.
Please don’t settle for a simple greeting card you bought at the car wash for your loved ones. Send personalized cards from your phone in minutes using Lovepop.
For more information, visit lovepopcards.com.