Photo Pairs game for couples
- More pictures – more emotional memories
- 18 or 36 pairs of cards for photographs of you and your loved one
- Comes in an individual box
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Romantic messages for your photo puzzle collage
For your inspiration:
The most popular box titles for Valentine’s Day
- You are my one and only
- The best memories are always made together
- You make me smile
- For the fairest one of all
- I will never let you go
- You are my favourite
- Take good care of yourself, there are still lots of adventures coming!
- I’m so lucky to have you!
- All you need is love
- Be my Valentine
Generally, the puzzle motif is being printed on the box. In case you want to maintain the excitement for longer and not give anything away, simply choose a puzzle box from the category “surprise boxes” in the ordering process.
- Many styles and colours for surprise boxes
- You can still enter your individual message to be printed onto the box
Other countries, other customs: traditions on Valentine’s Day
In Japan, only women give dark chocolate to their loved ones, friends, relatives, colleagues and even to their employer. One month later, on “White Day” they receive white chocolate in return. The following custom has its origins in Italy but is also popular in Germany: Lovers engrave their names into padlocks and attach them to bridge railings or somewhere at well-known places. The key is thrown into the water. This way, the couple’s love is meant to last forever. The Finns do not only prioritize love on Valentine’s Day, this day is dedicated to friendship as well. Messages and little presents are sent anonymously to people they like. The Swedes on the other hand call Valentine’s Day the “Day of all Hearts” and it is common to give hearts made of wine gum. In Denmark it is all about secrets: Presents are sent anonymously and the gifted one has to guess the sender. Instead of red roses, snowdrops are very popular there. Other popular presents are hearts out of flowers, pastry and of course chocolate. In Islamic countries, Valentine’s Day is partly prohibited due to its origin in the Christian faith. In Germany, Valentine’s Day has only been celebrated since the end of World War II. Englishmen and Americans brought the tradition to Germany towards the end of the war. In Poland, Chelmno is known as the “City of Lovers” as this is where a relic of St Valentine is being kept. Valentine’s Day is an important holiday there. In memory of Saint Valentine, a service is being held in church and the people release thousands of red balloons into the sky. The day concludes with many events and concerts in the evening. In England and France, people used to believe that a young woman would marry the one man who she lays eyes on first on Valentine’s Day. The tradition in which admirers start bringing their presents preferably early to their loved one on that day, exists until today.
Our DIY tip for Valentine’s Day
Romance and Valentine’s Day belong together, just like romance and candlelight. If it is important for you to craft your Valentine’s Day gift yourself, we have the perfect addition for a romantic night: Candles with hidden messages and sayings coming from your heart.
- You need: tea lights (Ø 3.8 cm), scissors, and a needle
- Print the template for our DIY tip and cut out the messages
- Use the needle or something similar to poke a hole into the middle of the message
- Fetch the wax of the candle out of the aluminium mould, leaving the wick and the little metal plate in the mould
- Put the message into the candle mould and thread the wick through the love message and put the wax back into the mould
- Your DIY present is ready! After the candle has been burning for about two hours, the wax is fluid and your loved one can read the message.
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