Cupid has his hands full right now. Give him some easy targets and celebrate the most romantic day of the year with Valentine’s Day invitations for the ones you love, like, or just lust. The happily coupled can invite each other to a romantic evening of their own design—an elegant typographic design accented with illustrated grosgrain ribbon is a perfect medium for your sweetest nothings. The fabulously single, on the other hand, are free to get a bit more exuberant. Throw a swinging singles bash and invite everyone to mingle with festive and funny designs—including a tart pair of suckers for daters with a sweet tooth. Whether your style is ethereal ombré or cheeky pop icons, you’ll find the perfect intro for your night of potential matchmaking. Masters of the form like Sugar Paper and Kelly Wearstler bring a designer’s imprimatur to your romantic invitation. If you’re more in the mood to pound bonbons and party with your pals, pick out a tart and funny Valentine’s Day invitation from Mr. Boddington’s Studio or other noted wits.
When you’ve set the plans for your Galentine’s Day festivities, couples’ cruise, or glorified speed-dating sesh, take a minute and personalize your invitation with the online design tool. It won’t take much longer than that to customize your fonts, online backdrop, and envelope liner—and you’re sure to find the perfect match. Yentas and Dollies alike can find plenty of ways to put the right faces together. Speaking of picking and choosing, you’ll have just as much control over the guest list. Put together your lucky list of bachelors and bachelorettes with the online address book and make sure to dig up any potential suitors hiding in your webmail—we make it easy to import your contacts into your social diary. If you’re worried about getting stood up, RSVP tracking and reminders will keep you well-informed of your guests’ plans. When the night’s over, celebrate any nascent love connections by posting photos of the meet-cutes in your event’s online gallery. The new couples can use the photos in next year’s Valentine’s Day cards—or even better, on the engagement party invitations.