Good news comes in a red envelope from Paperless Post. Wish your loved ones happiness, health, and prosperity with custom online Chinese New Year cards. Commemorate the turn of the page with a happy new Lunar New Year card featuring the annual Chinese zodiac luminary or an auspicious token for the coming year. It may be the new year of the Pig, but you’ll be ready for when the moon shines in the year of the Ox. You’ll find traditional gifts like oranges, dragon coins, and illustrated red pockets, as well as a few more contemporary gestures. Give a good luck toast with a hearty “gan bei,” express your fond wishes simply with modern typography, or send one of Rifle Paper Co.’s painted bouquets—this time, filled with flowers plucked from craft embroidery. There’s also a money tree, if you prefer greener forms of plant life. (And it’s so easy to be generous with your blessings, with some of the free Chinese Lunar New Year card options available.) If you’re sending Lunar New Year’s greetings to relatives, enclose one of their most desired gifts: photos of your kids. Use our photo cards to place a family portrait under paper lanterns or a golden greeting.
After you’ve chosen the perfect design, you’ll have the chance for one last chance to survey your Chinese New Year cards —use the online design tool to customize the fonts and colors of your wording. (Naturally, gold text is an option within our Lunar New Year card templates.) You’ll obviously want to choose red for your online envelope, but you can also pick out a gold patterned liner and backdrop if you’d prefer to wow your reader at every opportunity. All gold everything is a look, we’ve heard. Our online address book makes planning your delivery and accounting for every important name on your list a cinch. You’ll find past greeting recipients and party invitees ready for your card, but you can also import names and contacts from your email account, so no one’s left out of the good wishes for the upcoming year ahead on your Lunar New Year greeting card.
Gold, citrus, and fireworks make up the best part of your Lunar New Year cards and they’re also perfect ingredients for a party (and its decorations). Invite everyone to join in the festivities with Chinese New Year invitations or browse our winter entertaining invitations for a few more good party ideas.