Greeting Card Box Set
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Commemorate every special occasion for friends and family with words from the heart. This specially-designed, limited-edition set is a unique gift that is filled with possibilities.
The gorgeous box is a work of art itself, with our signature diamond monogram serving as a backdrop for our stunning Language of Flowers print, inspired by Victorian and Edwardian horticultural illustrations.
Inside the box are 5 divider boxes with ten cards each, for a total of 50 greeting cards. There are five types of cards for different occasions: Happy Anniversary (Rose), Happy Birthday (Daffodil), Thank You (Lily), Congratulations (Peony), Thinking of You (Tulip). The envelopes feature our signature diamond monogram and exquisite gold detailing.
The back of the card explains the symbolic meaning of each flower:
Rose, the most famous flower, symbolizes romance, love and fidelity. Roses are most often given to say, “Happy Anniversary.”
Breaking through the final frost of winter, the daffodil’s yellow buds bring the promise of new beginnings. This cheerful flower is like a smile that says, “Happy Birthday.
Strong and open, the lily epitomizes innocence and devotion. This is the flower of friendship, of platonic love—the perfect way to say, “Thank You.”
Peonies, with their gentle ruffles and showy blooms, embody celebration, prosperity and good luck. A peony shouts, “Congratulations!”
Tulips bend toward the sun, and with their ever-hopeful, vibrant shades, they whisper, “Thinking of you.”
Count: 50 greeting cards per box (10 per occasion) with monogrammed envelopes
Box Dimensions: 7 x 5.5 x 6.5 (inches)
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These gorgeous new hat boxes are a work of art itself, with exquisite gold detailing and our signature diamond monogram serving as a backdrop for our stunning Language of Flowers print, inspired by Victorian and Edwardian horticultural illustrations.