How to Start a Love Letter: Romantic Salutations You Can Use
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Many people would like to write a love letter to someone special, but don't know quite how to start. How should you begin a love letter? There's really no right way. There are many phrases you can use to get get started, and once you get past the initial phrase, if you continue to write from your heart, your letter is sure to touch the one you love. But that initial hurdle can be intimidating, so this page has a variety of romantic salutations to get you started. And if you need some help at the end, there are some romantic valedictions to close your letter.
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Romantic Salutations to Start a Love Letter
How to start a love letter? Try one of these romantic salutations to get past your writer's block, and then listen to your heart.
My dearest ___
My darling ___
My beloved ___
My lovely ___
My previous ___
My sweet ___
My beautiful ___
My handsome ___
My cherished ___
My wonderful ___
To the love of my life
To the woman/man I love
To my love
To my true love
To my sweetheart
How to Close a Love Letter
After you've finished writing your love letter, you certainly don't want to end it with a standard, impersonal closing such as "Sincerely yours" or "Best wishes." If you're stumped for romantic valedictions, here are some suggestions:
All my love,
With all the love in my heart,
Your beloved [husband, wife, etc],
Your loving [husband, wife, etc],
Until the end of time,
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