We’re ready for 2020 with a brand new range of Chinese New Year Cards for the Year of The Rat.
Cards of Culture
We love Greeting Cards in the UK. Did you know people in the UK send more cards than anywhere else in the world? It’s true! It’s not surprising, since Greeting Cards are the most personal way to show you’re thinking of someone, that you care.
The anticipation of writing, posting, receiving and opening a card is a uniquely pleasant feeling, one that can’t be replicated in the world of instant gratification that we now live in.
Here at Davora, we specialise in publishing unique cards for our diverse communities. We cater for niche festivals, and occasions known in the industry as minor seasons.
They are not minor to us though! We like to call them Cards Of Culture. For it is the diversity of cultures amidst us that gives us reason to celebrate, learn and appreciate our world.
Our Greeting Cards are for some wonderful diverse festivals. We’ve written some guides to give you an insight into their rich origins and history.
from the blog
Did you know, St George, patron Saint of England, wasn’t English? And St Andrew, patron Saint of Scotland, wasn’t Scottish. Meanwhile, St Patrick (Ireland), was foretold of the birth of St David (Wales) 30 years before St David was born. We’ve been researching the four Patron Saints’ on the UK&I.
A quick guide to Jewish New Year, also known as Rosh Hashanah.
What is Raksha Bandhan, how is Rakhi celebrated, what’s the history… your questions about Rakhi are answered here.
✓ We offer trade accounts to Greeting Card shops, wholsalers, agents, schools and multple retailers.
✓ Dedicated Trade Only website for fast and convenient ordering.
✓ Optional credit account (subject to application).
✓ We are a Cardgains Supplier too!