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Romantic Greeting Card Designs Gallery

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If you're looking for something romantic, cute or just funny; unique custom made, personalised greeting cards can say something special to your sweetheart

Choose from 45 pictures in our Romantic Greeting Card Designs collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Cupid & Psyche Featured Romantic Greeting Card Designs Print

Cupid & Psyche

circa 1890: Psyche, a beautiful princess in Roman mythology, with her lover Cupid, the god of love. Psyche was made immortal by Jupiter, king of the gods. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)

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Young woman with mirror on a novelty postcard Featured Romantic Greeting Card Designs Print

Young woman with mirror on a novelty postcard

Young woman in an elegant costume on a novelty Valentine's Day postcard. The back-to-front writing on her mirror reads: Won't you say yes? Date: circa 1900s

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A Bridal Couple, c. 1470. Creator: Unknown Featured Romantic Greeting Card Designs Print

A Bridal Couple, c. 1470. Creator: Unknown

A Bridal Couple, c. 1470. This beautiful painting depicts two lovers of aristocratic rank enjoying a chaste embrace. The painting includes abundant symbolism in the flowers and colours. Their rings and the circlets crowning their heads indicate that they are newlyweds; the blossoming bower surrounding them promises their union's fertility. The young man presents a flower to his bride thought to be forget-me-not, a symbol of remembrance. The brightly coloured costumes of both the man and woman are an indication of wealth and the latest fashion. The colours of both costumes visually suggest that the couple belongs to each other. The colours of green, red, and brown respectively suggest chastity, love, and modesty. Though represented at the peak of their youth and health, this panel was once joined to another called the Rotting Pair (Strasbourg, Musee de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame), in which the young couple transforms into a pair of hideous corpses. Together the ensemble constituted a memento mori, a macabre reminder of the vanity of all things in the face of death

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