Hearts, teddies and flowers and everything red and pink must only mean one thing, Valentine’s Day is nearly around the corner. It’s the days that half of us dread and the other half get all excited and mushy about.
Saying that, it is the perfect time to tell a special someone how much you are and really put some thought into showing them too whether you’ve been together for 5 weeks or 5 years, it’s still kinda cute and we all love when someone makes a special effort just for you.
Here goes the soppy bit; love will make you feel excited, happy, fun, playful and everything in-between. Celebrate the small moments you’ve had throughout your time together and giggle at the silly little quirks about each other that you love (or hate). Take a look at this huge collection of Valentine’s cards here, here and here for you to give to your loved one as well as these Valentine’s gifts to make that special someone smile.
So you get your card, now what exactly should you write in it? Personally, I’d say keep it fun, a bit silly, use nicknames if you have them for each other (that is cute isn’t it?) and keep it short, and not like 10 billion paragraphs, but caring! Scroll down for some tips…
SHORT TERM RELATIONSHIP
If you’re in a new relationship it’s still nice to know you appreciate each other in your lives so a cute card with a simple message is best. It shows you care and and have thought about it, but you don’t want to scare them away by sounding obsessed!
LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP
For messages if you’ve been in a long term relationship, you should tell your partner how much they mean to you and that you’re looking forward to seeing what the future holds for you both. Keep is sweet but not too serious.
HUBBY / WIFE
So you’ve already bagged the goods but it’s still nice to receive a little card to something to show you’ve remembered the day 🙂 Since you will have been together for a while, the message in your cards can be as cheesy as you like, (he or she isn’t going anywhere now) and be a little emotional and sweet to show you appreciate them.
That’s it, get writing your card now…!
If you’re looking for things to do this Valentine’s Day, check out this post.