Be My Valentine - For Her Personalised Newspapers - Gift Details
It’s the most romantic day of the year, not least because your chosen name has decided to declare his love for her in the form of a heart-shaped hot-air balloon with his name across the front. The Mirror reports on the loved-up gesture.
Your Gift Personalised
You can personalise this spoof newspaper front page with the couple's First Names and Surnames along with their Home Town.
These spoof newspapers are 36 x 28cm, which is approximately the size of a tabloid. There are also several presentation options.
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(Female First Name) (Female Surname): Be my Valentine?
Sub Headline Love is in the air for (Lives In) couple
By (Written by)
Plucky (Male First Name) (Male Surname), of (Lives In), has guaranteed that love will be in the air in (County) this morning, after coming up with the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. Not content with the usual chocolates and roses, or dinner for two – he has decided to shout his love from the roof tops and let the world know that (Female First Name) (Female Surname) is the woman of his dreams!
Coming up with the perfect Valentine’s Day surprise can be nerve wracking, but, after turning to the Daily Mirror for help, dreams are now a reality for (Male First Name). Floating over (County) today is a bright red, heart shaped hot air balloon with the name (Female First Name) printed on the side. (Male First Name) said, “I got a bit carried away, but I wanted a present that was simply out of this world. I want to impress the woman that I love and I hope she will be floating on cloud nine, and that today will be a day to remember for the rest of our lives!”
So, if you see this spectacular sight today, think of (Male First Name) and (Female First Name), and remember that things are hotting up in (County). The big question is - will (Female First Name) be blown away by this romantic gesture or will (Male First Name) come back to earth with a bump?
Exclusive interview and photographs only in tomorrow’s Daily Mirror