Valentine's Day is a day about love, yet love is not a one-day event. A recent news story has managed to highlight that fact. On the day after Valentine's Day in 2006 some interesting and romantic news emanated from many of the TVs in California, including those in Milpitas. Bridal news would no doubt follow such romantic revelations.
What was this romantic news? Had Prince William of Great Britain announced an engagement? Had Hollywood's sexiest single male announced plans to marry? No, this news concerned the popularity of the just-purchased (and sent) valentines.
Apparently one of the Valentine cards most frequently purchased by Milpitas singles was a large, red card. The card makers had not expected that card to be popular throughout all of California. Yet it had been a big seller in cities both close to and far from Milpitas. Bridal dreams had entered the heads of many women who got that card.
What does this mean? It means this: A card that was popular in San Francisco proved equally popular in Milpitas. Bridal dreams have always been based on love, and love has the same basis in people all over the world. Hence, a Valentine card that truly shows love has been popular with everyone.
Still there remain some unanswered questions in regard to that popular red card. The network that aired the information on the card had not been able to interview any men. So one is led to wonder about what thoughts appeared first in the minds of the young men shown that card. One would suspect that those same thoughts also came into the minds of the young men in Milpitas. Bridal magazines should be looking for that information.
Some bridal magazines reach the shelves that are seen by engaged singles, including the soon-to-marry, Milpitas singles. Bridal magazines should focus on topics other than what a girl wants at her wedding, even if that wedding is in Milpitas. Bridal magazines should also focus on love. They should help women to learn what men have to say about that popular red Valentine card.
The sellers of bridal gowns should note the simplicity of that red card. Perhaps that denotes the value of simplicity in a bridal gown. Then too, what about the bridal ceremony; should that be simple too?
It would seem that news about the popularity of that card should be included in the magazines reaching Milpitas. Bridal magazines, especially, should carry information about that card. The popularity of that simple card underscores the simplicity of love. It shows how even the smallest action can become a powerful romantic force.
The mothers of Milpitas singles do not want that lesson to escape the notice of their daughters. If a woman can learn that even a small action can be romantic, then she will feel better able to find a husband. Such feelings of confidence could no doubt contribute to her ability to achieve success.
That is why the news about that large, red card is so important. That is why its mention caught the interest of the women of Milpitas. Bridal magazines, too, might eventually carry more information about that red card.