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How to Write a Love Letter

How to Write a Love Letter

 |  Author Life

Happy Valentine’s Day to Everyone.



We show love in different ways. Before there was Chocolate, jewellery and roses. Love letters were one way to show our love to our other half. In 1415, Charles the Duke of Orleans, penned the oldest-known valentine to his wife, Bonne of Armagnac. His words, “My very gentle valentine,” opened the letter. Have you ever received a love letter? If so, how did it make you feel to read how much someone loves you?



A gift of words from the heart may be the most unexpected and most cherished gift you’ll ever give your partner. Before your sweaty palms return, remember that you already have all the material you need to write the most beautiful love letter—your memories and the small moments that made you fall in love with each other.


First – Write down all the reasons you love your partner and some special memories you have together (write a rough draft).


Second – Use a high-quality paper and pen.


Thirdly – Grand opening. Use his or her first name it will make it seem more formal.  


Fourthly - Use your draft when writing the body of the letter, refer back to list you made. Perhaps start with telling your partner one of your favourite stories about falling in love with him or her.


Fifthly - The second part of your letter can be some of the reasons you love your partner and what you love the most about then.


Sixthly - Signature! With all my love and endlessly is a fun and romantic way to end your letter!



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