"It's like, in that moment the whole universe existed just to bring us together."
When you are lost for words to express your love and affection towards your other half on this special day. There is always a Hallmark card to let you say what you mean and is sure to melt your partner's heart.
I always prefer receiving hand written cards, its sweet and has that personal touch. So surprise your loved ones with not just a gift but a cute Hallmark Valentine’s Day card to make it more romantic.
This Valentine’s Day, Hallmark is making it their mission to #GiveLoveShareLove.
On February 14, Hallmark will be at MRT Cubao station and giving away 10,000 free single journey tickets and Hallmark Valentine’s day cards. As an additional treat, a prize of a buffet dinner for two will also be given to 10 lucky winners.
Passengers must like Hallmark Philippines on Facebook, post a photo of the Hallmark Valentine’s Day Card, and tag his/her special someone with a Valentine’s Day message with the hashtag #HallmarkGiveLoveShareLove.
The day will be made sweeter by social media influencers and real life couples, David Guison and Vina Guerrero, along with Trice Nagusara and Seph Cham, who will be there to give out the single journey tickets and Hallmark cards.
Moreover, a singing flash mob will liven up the MRT platform area to serenade passengers before they board the train.
For your special someone, Hallmark will also be selling flower bouquets and letter chocolates in the following SM Stationary branches: SM Las Piñas, SM Mall of Asia, SM Makati, SM Aura Premiere, SM Megamall, and SM North EDSA, available in single stem, three stem, or half-dozen bouquets beginning tomorrow, February 12 until 14. Add in a sweet note on a Hallmark card, because nothing is more romantic than handwritten letters.
Love comes in different ways. In different forms, in different places, and in different moments. See, love doesn’t always equate to romance. It may not always be visible, but it’s always there—in the form of your friend’s sweet smile, mom’s comforting hug, or dad’s gentle reminders to always take care of yourself. The point being, love is there whenever and wherever we decide to give and share it.
Sure, love should be shown every day. But there’s nothing wrong with celebrating it a little louder on Valentine’s Day. On this dear day, may all feel a little extra loved—in the most unexpected time, at the most unexpected place.