Typically, we know our fathers so well that they can surprise us every day with something new. Father's Day is a great day to catch dad off base with a pleasant surprise — why not (also) a fantastic email greeting?
Here are some of my favorite sites to compose and send Father's Day greetings. Remember you can also send, for free, some Father's Day cards from this site, complete with short poems or holiday quotations:
(Updated April 2013)
Chudleigh the chocolate Labrador goes fishing, to Wimbledon, and golfing. These are by no means the only ways Jacquie Lawson's lovely designed Father's Day e-cards greet, relax and delight the receiving father, though.
If you have to pay to send a card, they'd better be really good. The Father's Day cards at AmericanGreetings.com are, and the collection of high quality cards is huge.
It's not the biggest collection of Father's Day cards and not the fanciest, but Hallmark.com is full of high-quality e-cards for high-quality dads.
Dad will not feel the heavy paper's rugged structure on the screen — but he will see it, and, chances are, appreciate the classy cards impressed on it by the Paperless Post.
You can send one of the beautiful, fun and enthralling Father's Day greetings at GroupCard alone, of course, and by email. You can also, the name says it, let others sign your card, though, and even have it printed.
It's a perfect day in serenity and peace for the polar bear. Send your dad such a day with this wonderful Father's Day card from Ojolie.
For the golfing dad, a golden musical greeting. For the baseball dad, heroic cheers! E-Motion cards has delightful and touching e-cards for every kind of dad.
Leaning on the sarcastic side, Hipster Card's Father's Day greetings are perfect for any dad that can't be all too serious... i.e. for any dad.
BirthdayAlarm.com offers many a great greeting card to celebrate, thank and praise dad.
To a man of distinction who is either a fruit or a vegetable, select among surprisingly hilarious or wonderfully nice Victorian era greeting cards.