Bradford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 11, 2009 -- If you are looking for a wedding invitation with a difference, a Hallmark OK! Magazine Card could be just the thing to help you add an extra bit of celebrity sparkle to your special day. And after the event, forget Posh and Becks or Wayne and Coleen: it could be you on the front page of OK! Magazine!. Hallmark Cardsâ new range of celebrity inspired OK! Magazine greeting cards features engagement cards, invitations, wedding celebration cards and thank you notes so you can run the celebrity theme from beginning to end.
Cards can be designed and personalised online with a range of your own pictures and captions on the front and bespoke messages inside through Hallmarkâs online personalised card service. Itâs a fantastic way to create something totally unique to your special day. Take the stress out of your planning: itâs the only place you will need to visit for your wedding invites, and you donât even need to leave the house!
All cards are available in medium and large, with invitations also available in a small option. Prices start from just Â£1.95 for small invitations and if you place your order before 2 pm you can get your cards and invites delivered to you the very next day!
For more information, and to design your own card, visit http://cards.hallmark.co.uk
Notes to Editors Hallmark Established in the UK in 1958, Hallmark Cards is the UK's leading greeting card publisher. As well as greeting cards, Hallmark also produces related products such as wrapping paper, gift bags, social stationery, and gift products, birthday cards, easter cards, fathers day cards, personalised cards, wedding cards, personalised birthday cards, anniversary cards, mothers day cards, engagement cards, good luck cards
OK! Magazine OK! Magazine is the worldâs largest celebrity magazine: the market leader in the UK and with another 19 separate international editions spanning the globe. OK! Magazine is part of the Northern & Shell media group that also includes new! and Star Magazines; the Daily and Sunday Express; and the Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday.