Almaje//Getty Images A picture may be worth a thousand words, but in a day and age where pictures are plentiful and the written word a lost art, a handwritten letter is worth a thousand pictures. Take that handwritten letter a step further and make it a love letter, and you’ve got yourself a priceless memento that your significant other will cherish forever. Classic romantic movies like The Notebook and P.S. I Love You feature professions of love via heartfelt, well-written letters. And while they serve as great points of inspiration for your love letter, especially ahead of Valentine’s Day , they can also be intimidating. It’s important to remember that you don’t have to be a modern-day Shakespeare or Nicholas Sparks to pour out your feelings succinctly and sweetly in a love letter. To write a beautiful love letter, you just need to remember a few simple things to help you draw those feelings out from your heart and onto your page. Have you ever written a love letter? Yes, I have! No, but I’d love to receive one. How to start your love letter. The hardest part of writing a love letter, or any piece of writing for that matter, is getting started. But we can assure you that once you get a good start, the words will flow onto your page like a rushing river. Start strong with a tender greeting such as “Dear (name),” “To my love,” “Dear Darling,” or “To the man/woman I love.” You can even start by greeting them with an endearing nickname for a more personalized touch. Continue by describing why you’re writing the letter, whether it’s simply because you want to express your overwhelming love or for a specific occasion like an anniversary, birthday, or Valentine’s Day. This will serve as a jumping point for you to tap into deeper expressions of love and gratitude in subsequent paragraphs. What to include in your love letter. Reflect on romantic memories Mark Twain famously said, “Write what you know,” and we suggest you do the same when writing a love letter! Reminisce about […]

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