Ever thought of surprising your loved one or friend with a unique greetings message? Well now you can with a vintage greetings telegram from The Telegram Office.

This recently launched company based in Liverpool offers original telegram designs inspired from around the world which you can choose and personalise with your greetings message on their easy to use website.

To order, visit the website at and click start on the home page to view a gallery of telegrams. Select your favorite and then type in your message in the text entry field, which you can preview with the telegram while typing.

When you are happy with how it looks select the continue button, enter your recipients name and address, choose a send date and enter your name and email address. To complete your order select the continue button and make your payment by card or PayPal. Your telegram will be carefully prepared and posted to your recipient. Confirmation of your order will be emailed to you.

The telegram and vintage style envelope is available for the price of £5.95, which includes first class post to anywhere in the world. Orders placed by 2pm are dispatched the same day. Both are made from 100% recycled paper. Once sent, you can await the surprise reaction of your recipient. This quirky greeting is a great piece of nostalgia, which is sure to make an impression.

The telegrams can be used for every occasion and some of the most popular messages already sent have been for birthdays, newborn babies, anniversaries, congratulations, good luck, Christmas and Valentines Day. New telegram designs continue to be added, some of which will be illustrated for special occasions.

Historically, telegrams came in many different forms with varying designs and instructions depending on the country of origin. They were used for sending greetings messages from as early as the 1930s to millions of people throughout the world.

In the era of email and instant messaging the delivery of a hand written letter, post card or greetings card makes for a much stronger personal connection. So, what better way to be remembered than with a hand delivered telegram from a bygone era. Now largely forgotten, you can help revive this traditional form of greeting.

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