Thursday, February 9, 2012

Will You Be My Valentine?

It's time to upgrade from those cheesy e-cards ... because asking someone to be your Valentine is a lot more fun this year. Here are a few creative ways to spread the love.

Who can forget the emotional double rainbow sighting one man shared with the world on YouTube? ("What does this mean?") Send this card to the person that brings you that double rainbow kind of happiness.

Instagram fan? You'll heart Lovestagram, an interactive Valentine’s day card featuring Instagram pics of you and your love. As a surprise for her boyfriend (Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger) Kaitlyn Trigger secretly created this sweet app. Digital geeks will appreciate the story of how she learned code.

If you're really going for the wow factor, you could make a video for your special someone, like this:

Field Notes: Red Blooded from Coudal Partners on Vimeo. This video was actually produced by a notebook company. I will enjoy this kind of product placement any day (really, it's adorable!).

Lastly, if you are really serious about your Valentine, you could enter Pizza Hut's $10 Big Dinner Box Proposal. Ten lucky pizza lovers will be selected to spend $10,010 (plus tax!) of their own money on a night of unprecedented romance planned by the chain restaurant. Proposal package includes a red ruby ring, limo, flowers, a fireworks show, a photographer and videographer and a $10 dinner box.

There's just something not right about dropping 10K for Pizza Hut to plan your engagement.

What have you seen online that's a great way to say Be Mine?

1 comment:

  1. Perfect! I really love the video being showed above! It's really a great valentine gift you could ever give to your loved one!

    Upon seeing the video makes me think of making this kind of stuff too. I really love it because it's a unique gift.