Top 3 Reasons to Send a Grandparents Day Card
Did you know that Grandparents Day is an official national holiday? Signed by President Carter in 1978, it’s celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day (September 12th) . We celebrate Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, so it’s only fair that we celebrate our Grandparents too! This is an excellent opportunity to spend some quality family time together, either in person or via Zoom. But we know that may not be possible right now. Here are 3 reasons to send a Grandparents Day card:
1. Socially distancing because of the pandemic sucks!
During a time when we have to socially distance from our elderly relatives, think about how special they will feel receiving a memorable greeting card handwritten just for them. We know how difficult its been to see our loved ones during this pandemic, so why not cheer them up? There’s nothing Grandparents love more than receiving something personal from their grandchildren. Treat Grandma and Grandpa to a thoughtful photo card that will make Grandpa share the remote control! (Yes, our greeting cards are THAT powerful.)
2. It’ll make them happy!
What makes Grandma happier than hula hooping? A memorable photo card from her grandchildren, that’s what! They love you unconditionally and deserve to feel that love and support right back at them. Swing those hips in the direction of our website and order your card today!
3. Old people are the best!
The holiday isn’t as popular as Mother’s Day and Father’s day, which, quite frankly, isn’t very fair! With their moth balls, wrinkles, and always making you eat even when you’re not hungry, Grandmas and Grandpas will always have a special place in our hearts. Let’s buy out every Grandparents Day card until greeting cards for this day are more popular than the most popular birthday card! Whose with me?
We hope that, even if you aren’t able to spend time in person with your loved ones, that you will pass on a little laughter! They will be sure to cherish their photo greeting card!