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How To Write A Heartfelt Love Letter To Your Husband

The art of letter writing is dwindling in an age of emails and instant messaging. If you and your husband have been together long enough, you may well remember sending each other love letters during your courtship. Maybe you've never sent one before. Why not surprise your loved one by sending them a love letter, to remind them why you're so enamoured with them? Here's how you can write the perfect love letter to them.

Surprise them

The surprise element really is key. Keep your letter under wraps, and they'll be delighted with such a thoughtful gift. Ashley Harring, a writer from Boom Essays, says 'We got a lot of unusual request, and I personally have written several love letters for others. The customer has come to me because they want to keep the letter a surprise. They've told me that when they delivered their letter, their other halves were really taken aback by such a heartfelt gift.'

Use variety

A letter that lovingly appreciates just a person's physical attributes is nice, but it doesn't cover the whole picture. Think about what you really love about your husband. Maybe he's always sure to have cup of coffee ready for you in the morning. Maybe you really love the way he kisses you goodnight. Use your letter to really explore what it is about him that has you smitten.

You don't need to go over the top

When you think of love letters, you'll think of extravagant prose, beautiful poetry, or decadent stationery. 'As with most things in life, it's the content that counts' says Rachel Peel, a writer at UK dissertation writing service. 'Don't worry if you're not a poet, or have a way with language. All you need to do is write from the heart.'

Look up some examples

Can't think where to start? Don't worry. There's plenty of examples online that can show you how a love letter can look. Get started by taking a look at the examples at Paper Fellows. As you can see, no two love letters look alike. Use the examples to write something that's personal to the two of you.

It doesn't have to be long

You may want to write a love letter, but you're dreading having to write reams and reams of loved up prose. If that's your thing, go right ahead. However, you are absolutely not required to do this. A short, heartfelt and personal letter is better than one that's been padded out.

Proofread your letter

It sounds unromantic, but do be sure to check your letter for errors before you deliver it. Nothing can kill the romantic mood more than typos! Try using online tools such as Academized, Custom Essay, and Buy Essay to help you polish up your letter.

Your letter will be just between the two of you, so it's up to you how you write it. What's guaranteed, though, is just how much your husband will love it. 

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