Valentine’s Day Greeting Cards Wording Ideas

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So…you want to personalize a Valentine’s Day card with something heartfelt, romantic and special…but don’t really have a way with words or you’re finding it hard to get your feelings down with ink? Ahhh, let me help you. I love writing personalized messages in cards so here are a few suggestions, you can even copy them if you choose…however I do recommend tweaking a few words here and there so your significant other doesn’t suprisingly find it online.

1. If you’ve found your soulmate:

I never thought I would find my soul mate,
but then I met you.
You see something in me,
that I didn’t realize was there
and I saw something in you,
So beautiful,
So fair.
There’s no looking back now,
I know true love is there.
Because I found it in you.
I would do anything for you,
anytime and anywhere.
Thank you for showing me the light of love.
I love you.

2. Playful boyfriend and girlfriend.

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
You make me so happy,
I love you.

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
When you’re not around,
I’m always thinking of you.

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Your kisses are so soft,
And your giggles super cute.

3. Romantic to spouse or partner:

God led me to you.
He knew our love would be true.
Filled with joy and gratitude,
Even on rainy days,
Our sky is always blue.
Your love is like chocolate,
Melting sweetness in my heart.
Your voice is like a symphony,
More beautiful than Mozart.

I’ll think of more. Any special requests??

Image cred: http://belikewaterproduction.com/2014/02/02/valentines-day-hate-or-love-here-are-the-facts/

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