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What to write in a Valentine’s Day card Valentine message ideas from Hallmark writers

Back in the day, when you had to come up with a valentine for everyone in your class, it was enough just to sign your name twenty times…and maybe tape on a heart-shaped sucker. But now that you’re older and your valentine list is shorter, you can afford to take your time adding a meaningful personal message to your card. So you’ve already picked out that perfect Valentine's Day card, but you need some ideas for what to write inside? You’re in the right place! best valentines day messages

In this guide, Hallmark writers offer up inspiration to help you find just the right loving words to add when you sign a valentine. Just click on the appropriate category below to go straight to the ideas you need, or you can read the whole guide and mix and match to create a valentine message that’s uniquely you. However you choose to use it, we hope our guide adds a little fun and passion to your valentine signing—truly, endlessly and 4EVER! valentines day images

For Friends

  • “Hope your day brings just what you want it to.”
  • “Thanks for being the loyal and caring [friend] you are. Love you!”
  • “Here’s to a Valentine’s Day filled with good wine, good food and especially good friends like you.”
  • “Happy Valentine’s to one of my favorite people. Ever.”
  • “Valentine’s Day and every day, I’m grateful for you.”
  • “Hope he spoils you. You deserve it.”
  • “Someday, our princes will come.”
  • “Wish we could be together swapping chocolates and laughing over candy hearts like we used to.”
  • “I’ll raise an awesome Valentine’s cocktail to you.”
  • “I hope you feel loved and appreciated on Valentine’s Day. Because you are.”
Writing tip:

Don’t be afraid to go for a laugh. If your Valentine likes edgy or teasing humor, you already know it. If not, it’s almost always safe to make light of Valentine’s Day, yourself or love in general.

 

For Family

  • “[Dad], I hope you’re feeling really loved today. You are!”
  • “Have fun on Valentine’s Day, and don’t eat too much candy.”
  • “Hope your day is filled with reminders of how much you’re loved.”
  • “As my [Mom]…as a friend…as a Valentine…you’re the best!”
  • “You make me laugh. You make me think. You make me really glad we’re [sisters].”
  • “Thanks for all you do that makes my life happier (which is a lot!).”
  • “I don’t care what anyone says about you. I’m still sending you this valentine and claiming you as family.”
  • “Valentine’s Day is all about love, and [Mom], there is no one better than you at spreading God’s love wherever you go.”
  • “Eating a little chocolate cake in your honor, [Dad]. It’s not as good as yours, but it still brings back good memories of Valentine’s Days growing up!”
  • “Love you and miss you, [Mom]! Looking forward to seeing you next month at [Casey’s party]!”

source : happy valentines day quotes

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