Portrait holiday cards are a typical layout that you probably receive many of. There’s just something about the classic portrait format. There’s a reason they’re so popular. In fact, there are multiple reasons. They include the following.
Many family photos that you want to include on your holiday cards are already in a portrait layout. If they’re not, it’s easy to include a landscape picture with additional information or extra pictures along the bottom of the card. Many of our cards are laid out in a way that a portrait photo works out beautifully.
When you display holiday cards, you want them to be noticed and enjoyed, but you probably don’t want them taking up your entire living room. Whether you hang them on the wall or place them in a photo tree, portrait format often seems to take up less space. While it’s true a portrait or landscape card could have the exact same dimensions, when turned the right way, there is more room for more cards to be displayed.
We offer a variety of design options when it comes to our portrait holiday cards. We believe you should have choices in order to make your card personalized and unique to your family. Some of our portrait formats include a scalloped or curvy edge. Others have rounded corners, while some are squared. You can customize your cards to say “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Hanukkah,” or “Joyful Holidays.”
When it comes to the holiday cards you send out, you should have something that speaks to who you are as a family. Don’t settle for the plain cards of the past. Instead, look around to see what options you have and to see the many choices there are when it comes to portrait holiday cards. You might be surprised at how individualized you can make them.
"Soft and beautiful. Great Quality Print and Paper. Speedy Arrival. I opted for shimmer paper a little reluctantly and never looked back- it is gorgeous. Embodies the holiday spirit!"
"We love how we can play with this format and add our own details, font and pictures. So happy with the quality and customer service was so helpful."
"The card was a THANK YOU sent to folks who contributed to a fund raising walk for a fatal disease. My friend, who suffers from this disease, was pictured on the front with her husband. The card captured her positive spirit and in a bright color which matched the t-shirts color for our team, the words THANK YOU, were written. A personal message from me was on the back. I heard rave reviews from those who received them and many said they would frame the card."