‘Trinity’ Personalized Stationery Boxed Set/25 Cards (February | Violets)


In this age of texting & emojis, be that friend who takes the time to send a hand-written note– And do it with sophistication on these pretty, personalized cards! The front of each card features your name & corner embellishments. The back of the card is an art piece featuring Wild Violets. This set also includes an information card with the meaning & history of Violets, the birth month flower for February. The beautifully packaged set also makes a special gift since it arrives in a wooden, branded box, tied with grosgrain ribbon; a true keepsake. Original watercolor designs are by NC artist Jessica Yelverton.

How to order:

  1. After choosing your Pattern, pick your Font from the drop-down menu (options shown in Image Gallery) & Add to Cart.
  2. In the Order Notes (under your shipping address at Checkout) indicate what name you would like printed on the cards & anything else you’d like me to know about the order (if it’s a gift & you want a note from yourself included, etc)
  3. Receive your personalized cards in about a week & write lovely notes to all your friends & family!

***If you have any questions or are unsure of the ordering process just send me a message through the site or at hi@highbrowhippie.net & I’ll walk you through***

What’s included:

-25 flat cards, double-sided print, size 4.5″x5″ (My amazing printer typically throws in 5 extra cards so you’ll likely receive a total of 30 but I can’t guarantee it. If they do, I’ll be sure to match the envelope & liner quantities.)

-25 aquamarine envelope liners which can also be used for additional writing

-25 white envelopes

-Wooden box with HighBrow Hippie branding on lid, tied with ribbon

-Floriography Card with the history & meaning of Violets



“Floriography”: the language of flowers

Thousands of years of folklore, mythology & religious tradition have contributed to the meanings we ascribe to flowers today. Floriography peaked in popularity during the Victorian era when, armed with floral dictionaries, gentlemen would send cryptic messages to ladies with specific nosegays or tussie mussies called “talking bouquets”. 

Still today we have a tradition of birth month flowers, the meanings of which are rooted in floriography. Similar to zodiac signs or birthstones, it is believed you inherit the characteristics of the flower assigned to your birth month. 

Violets are February’s flower & their heart-shaped leaves are just as lovely as their deep purple blossoms. Violets symbolize everything from true love to modesty to spirituality & abundance. The wild variety (pictured in this piece) is often found in wooded, mossy areas and by streams. Middle Age-era monks called violets the “Herb of the Trinity” because of their three colors: purple, yellow & green. 

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  1. Faith Mayes

    My February birthday was the reason I received these notecards as a gift. Everything about them – the wooden box tied in a simple bow of striped black/ecru ribbon, the card describing the history and tradition of “birthday flowers”, the personalization that makes them uniquely yours, and especially the exquisite artwork – all together make them a treasure. In this age of tweets and emojis, these notecards are an inspiration to write the beautiful and thoughtful words that bring love and joy to people’s hearts.

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