Every wedding should have at least one thing that is extra special and unique. A little something that comes straight from the heart and makes you realize how in love the Bride and Groom really are.
In this sweet wedding it was the vows, letters that spoke of first meetings, hope for the future and in the Groom’s case; his delight that not only would this wedding give him the woman he loved for his Bride, but also her daughter, Isabella, for his own.
The thought of writing a love letter probably causes most people more than a little bit of panic. What if I don’t say it right? What if it’s cheesy? What if it is not appreciated?
If that’s you, just relax! I’m going to walk you through a brainstorming session that will hopefully ease your fears and inspire you to write a sweet note to the person in your life that means the world to you. With Valentine’s Day looming, what better way is there to show your appreciation than to write that romantic saga that has been bottled up inside you?
Ok, maybe it’s not a saga, but if you have something you have been wanting to say – then you should!
(or Love of Letters…)
One of the most romantic sentiments that can be shared between lovers is a love letter. It is so much more than just telling your loved one how you feel. A letter helps you fully understand your emotions and your thoughts. It is something tangible that can be kept, and cherished. It’s not like a memory that will fade in time, you can go back at any point and relive the emotion that was so honestly conveyed.
A love letter can be an apology or a declaration. It is a way for those of us who are not so great with words to sit down and figure it all out before sharing it. There is nothing wrong with writing a few drafts to ensure it says exactly what you want it to say.
Sometimes three words are not enough to express the deep and abiding love between a couple. A love letter says all the things that cannot be encompassed by ‘I love you‘.