Love Letters are a time old tradition that expresses feelings for another person while containing your most inner feelings. It may be a forum to move your love for that special person to the next level of intimacy.
When you decide the time is right to express your feelings for that special woman or man, there are several creative ideas you may want to incorporate into your letter for added impact.
Love Letters can be used to move your love for a special person to the next level of intimacy.
It has been said that love letters contain words that are the most often kept and the most often burnt.
Here are 38 words that may assist you with forming the content of your letter:
From the Heart
The letter you write should come from the heart. Do not worry if you are not a professional writer, what is important in the letter is that you are sincere, honest, and caring. Some basic rules should be followed in writing the love letter:
Write a rough draft in to organize your thoughts and feelings.
Releasing your feelings onto a piece of paper will usually end up a mess of words if you aren’t able to organize your thoughts beforehand. This word vomit is, however, crucial in being able to properly express yourself.
Take some time to write out a rough draft, letting your thoughts and feelings flow onto the paper. Once you have expressed everything in your mind, pick out the expressions that are most impactful to include in the final draft of your love letter.
Write out one last rough draft before crafting the letter you wish to give to your love.
Consider hand writing the letter in your own handwriting on specialty paper.
The authors of 18th century love letters were masters at this form of letter writing. They would use special parchment paper, hand written with a quill and the envelope was sealed with wax and bundled with special ribbon. They were concerned with presentation as well as content.
Companies such as Office Depot, Kinko’s and Staples sell specialty paper which adds major impact to your letter.
If your handwriting is considered to be of physician quality and might actually distract from the letter, may I suggest you seek out a person who is skilled at the art of Calligraphy. I have found individuals who perform this task of transcribing a letter at a very reasonable price.
It is difficult to describe the impact this type of presentation makes to your loved one. It is not uncommon for the recipient of such a letter to have the letter framed and displayed in a special place in their home.
Another suggestion for the presentation aspect of the letter, is the addition of a small photograph glued to the top of the letter. This allows the recipient to view the photograph and reflect on you with fondness as they admire your letter content.