How to Write a Romantic Love Letter

Writing a love letter can be a romantic gesture that'll be greatly appreciated by your signifigant other. It'll take a little bit of time but shouldn't be difficult if you know your signifigant other well. There are many ways to write the letter; the following is an example of one of the most straight forward methods where you just write about the past, present, and future.


1. The Opening
Start out by addressing your partner.
e.g. To My Dearest Susan or My Darling Robert
If you want, you can write about why you're writing the love letter.
e.g. We've been together for 4 years now and I'm writing to let you know how much you mean to me.

2. The Past
Write about a signifigant moment about the past. This can be almost anything, such as when you first realized that you loved him/her, the first time you kissed, the first time you met, etc...
e.g. When I first met you, I knew that there was something very special about you. Your kind heart really drew me to you; you were not only nice to me but to everyone that you came into contact with.

3. The Present
Write about everyday things that he/she does that you love/admire or qualities that you admire. Be sure to include examples of these things.
e.g. I really admire how thoughtful you are, it is one of the qualities that really drew me to you. No matter how tough of a day you've had, you always take the time to ask me how I am doing before you shift the focus onto yourself. Your thoughtfulness has rubbed off onto me and I have become a more thoughtful person myself because of your example.

4. The Future
Write about what your hopes, plans, expectations, dreams, etc are with that person.
e.g. Now that we're engaged to be married, I'm excited about spending the rest of my life with you. I'm really looking forward to our wedding day, when you'll become my wife. I can totally see us moving into a cozy house by the country with two kids of our own in a few short years.

5. Closing
Close the letter with a complimentary close, such as "Love always", "Yours truly", etc, then sign your name.
e.g. Love always,
Jim
Tips
  • Handwrite the letter if possible, it'll add a more romantic and personal touch to it.
  • Don't be afraid to be open with your letter, let your emotions flow out of you.
  • Be sure to proofread your letter so that it flows well and is free of grammatical errors.

  • Sample Letter
    To My Dearest Susan,

    We've been together for 4 years now and I'm writing to let you know how much you mean to me. When I first met you, I knew that there was something very special about you. Your kind heart really drew me to you; you were not only nice to me but to everyone that you came into contact with.

    I really admire how thoughtful you are, it is one of the qualities that really drew me to you. No matter how tough of a day you've had, you always take the time to ask me how I am doing before you shift the focus onto yourself. Your thoughtfulness has rubbed off onto me and I have become a more thoughtful person myself because of your example.

    Now that we're engaged to be married, I'm excited about spending the rest of my life with you. I'm really looking forward to our wedding day, when you'll become my wife. I can totally see us moving into a cozy house by the country with two kids of our own in a few short years.

    Love always,

    Jim






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