For a lot of people, expressing their feelings isn’t easy.
If you’ve already picked out that perfect Valentine’s Day card but are now lost for ideas on how to add that personal touch, you’re in the right place!
In this guide, we offer up inspiration to help you find just the right loving words to add to your Valentine’s Day card. See the range of ideas below and find the right combination of messages to create a valentine message that’s uniquely you.
Once you’re settled on a message, don’t hesitate to share the love. However you choose to use it, we hope our guide adds a little fun and passion and leaves your valentine feeling extra special!
Whether you’re married, life partners or best friends we’ve got you covered with our list of sweet and playful messages perfect for everyone’s favourite person:
Tip: Using a nickname or pet name can make the card more personal and intimate.
The question is, how do you approach Valentine’s Day if you’re in a situationship? You may have only been on a few dates or the terms of the relationship are yet to be decided! Not to worry we have plenty of ways to help navigate the complicated waters of this type of relationship. We’ve come up with a few messages that are certain to make your new relationship a lasting one:
Tip: Try to be sweet and show that you care by adding a memory from one of your dates e.g remember we laughed so hard at…. Show them that they're special and so is your time together!
Love doesn’t necessarily have to be romantic, why not show your friends how much you care with these sweet and funny messages:
Tip: Don’t be afraid to make it funny, you know what your friends will enjoy so add a joke or two in the mix to lighten the mood.
The love shared between family members is one of the greatest, but it often goes unacknowledged. If you want to send a shout-out to those who have been with you since day one, then be inspired by our family Valentine’s Day messages:
Tip: Highlighting or underlining important words or descriptors can help to make the card feel more special and intimate.
For those of us without someone on Valentine’s Day, it can be a bit tough, but being single shouldn’t be a time for self-pity, instead it should be a time of celebration. So spread the love to all your single friends this Valentine’s Day and enjoy the simple (…oops we meant single) life using some of our messages:
Tip: If you or one of your friends is single it shouldn’t have to be a big deal, but if you notice that someone’s looking a little down why not include a small gift like some flowers or chocolates, its certain to brighten their day and remind them of how loved they really are!
If you aren’t a fan of the sappy stuff or you just want to make someone smile this Valentine’s Day, we’ve got heaps of funny messages which you can express your goofy side with:
Tip: You know the receiver of the card best, so cater to their humour, if they’re not a fan of corny jokes then don’t include them. Everyone’s sense of humour is different and understanding someone else’s shows just how much you care.
Find just the right way to close of your Valentine's Day card message with one of the suggestions below:
Friends and family: