Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards.
Whether you need funny cards, mushy ones, or just plain corny, we have got you covered! With our fun DIY extras you can be as creative and unique as you desire!
Shouldn't the celebration have something for us as well? There are ways to get out there and have a good time that doesn’t include moping around on your couch, so even if you’re not doing so great in the romance department this year around, that doesn’t mean you can’t go out and enjoy yourself and celebrate the day. You’ll be so busy having fun and letting loose this holiday that you won’t even remember you care about a relationship to begin with!
We've come up with seven ideas that treat Valentine's Day not as a day to glorify romance, but as a day to celebrate love in general — love for yourself, your friends, your community and for the world.
Jason Derulo’s song “Marry Me” is a great option for today, especially if you’re celebrating marriage or plan on popping the question.
The song was released by Derulo in 2013 off his album “Tattoos”.
Modern Valentine's Day symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid.
There are 119 single men—never married, widowed or divorced—in their 20s for every 100 single women of the same age.
Over two million marriages take place in the United States every year. Men account for 73 percent of Valentine's Day flower sales.
Whether you're steadfastly single or joyfully coupled up, chances are you have a thing or two to learn about love.
Read on for surprising stats and unexpected info about the holiday.