We’ve been doing a bit of work to make sure the name on your card matches the spelling your friends or family members prefer. There are a lot of names with a variety of spellings and we want to match our cards as precisely as possible.
Our list has always contained separate cards for Clare and Claire and now we’ve refreshed the cards for Anne, Ann and Annie so that, for example, the life stories inside the Ann card are not combined with Annes.
And we have new content in cards for Catherine, Kate and Kathryn.
There is unique content in our cards for Stephen and Steven and if you want to send a greeting to someone who prefers to be known as Steve you can choose from either the Stephen or the Steven selection.
It’s all part of the regular process of extending and improving our catalogue. All feedback welcome at email@example.com
Onwards and Outwards, a good first year
At Nameslink Cards we’re marking our first year in business this spring with plans to extend and improve our service. We now have 85 names in our Happy Birthday catalogue – and that’s not counting the short versions of some names like Chris, Sue and Vicky – and we hope to reach our first 100 by the summer.
For our most recent additions we went back to the 1950s and 60s when Alan, Brian and Pamela were popular and we’re expecting Carol, Hannah, Ray and Zoe to join them soon.
We will be back this year at the three big summer fairs in west London: Richmond in May, Kew in June and St Margarets in July and we look forward to seeing you there.
We hope you like our redesigned website and as always, we’re keen to hear from you with any comments, suggestions or requests. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
One thing you can be sure of – when you send a Nameslink Happy Birthday card you’re sending a greeting that’s unique – personal, original and fascinating. There’s nothing quite like them.
We have chosen Oliver as an example here and all cards look like this. Choose a name and a message from our list and we’re sure you’ll love the card. Click on images below to show enlargement.