What to Write in a Love Letter for Her – Free Printable!


How do you love her? Are you counting all the ways? When it comes to writing a love letter for that sweet lady in your life, don’t worry about trying to sound like Shakespeare. That’s not who she loves—it’s you. Your way of looking at the world, your feelings, your emotions…you. But if you’re asking yourself, “Where do I even begin?” the answer is right here. The romance experts at Blue Mountain have compiled a list of suggestions that will help you compose the perfect Valentine’s Day love letter just for her. (Psst, don’t be surprised if she treasures it forever!)

We’re also offering a FREE printable love quote that is made for printing and framing! When you combine this framed quote and your love letter on coordinating Love Letter Stationery from, you’ll have the perfect Valentine’s Day present ready to go!


Click here to print out this quote for framing!
  • Start with a piece of paper. No computer-generated letter, email, or text will do this time. For maximum impact, your love letter should really be handwritten with a pen on a piece of paper, preferably some nice stationery. (Download beautiful Love Letter Stationery for FREE right on!) Use your best penmanship and even try to add a personal touch, such as drawing a heart at the end of every line or adding a special doodle at the end of the letter.
  • Take your time. Don’t be in any rush to finish this letter. Choose a quiet spot and collect your thoughts. Picture her in your mind and think of all her endearing qualities. What makes her so special to you? Think of details rather than just a general impression.
  • Be authentic. Write simply and from the heart. Don’t use fancy words or steal a quote from a famous writer. You also don’t want to write in a voice that is different from how you ordinarily speak. (If you do, it will end up sounding forced, corny, and unoriginal.) However, it would really touch her heart if you tried to reveal a little more about the depth of your feelings for her than you have in the past.
  • Use details. This is key. You want to show more than you tell. This means, don’t just tell her how wonderful she is and that you can’t stop thinking about her. Instead, describe a situation that revealed her kind, generous nature and made you fall in love with her. (For example, when she cared for her grandmother or took in a lost puppy.)
  • Focus on her. Remember, this letter is about the things you love about her and your memories of her, not about your own qualities or romantic history. What is it about her that makes her beautiful in your eyes? What is it specifically that you love about her? How does she make you feel complete? What qualities set her apart from everyone else?
  • Don’t fret about length. A love letter does not have to be long to be meaningful. In fact, some of the sweetest love letters have been short and spontaneous. What really counts is quality, not quantity.
  • Sum it up nicely. After all is said and done, you will want to end your letter with a line that sums up your love sincerely. It’s okay to slant towards cheesiness as long as you’re completely authentic. Some closing examples include:
    • “I will love you until the end of time.”
    • “You’re my best friend and soul mate.”
    • “I can’t wait to grow old with you.”
    • “My love for you will never end.”


February 2016 Desktop Background & Letter from the Editor


It’s February in a Leap Year!  If you’re deep in the doldrums of winter, what a great time to take a leap and try something new.  February 29th is Leap Day, which only happens every 4 years.  Here at Blue Mountain we’ve created a special birthday card just for the “leaplings” who had a 1 in 1,461 chance of being born on that day.  So it’s a perfect day to take a chance on a new relationship,  a new venture, or a new pasttime.  Get out your seed catalogs and plan a new garden.  Pick a new hairstyle for spring.  Go on an impromtu winter escape. It’s time to shake it up.

February kicks off with Groundhog Day on the 2nd.  Maybe our furry weatherman won’t see his shadow and we can expect an early spring.  Chinese New Year celebrations begin on the 9th for the Year of the Monkey, which according to the Chinese Zodiac, is an unpredictable year when anything can happen.  On that same day is Mardi Gras, which is aptly named, because in French it means “Fat Tuesday,” a day to eat, drink and be merry before fasting for the Lenten season.

With Valentine’s Day at its center, February is certainly a month of love.  If you are in a new relationship, or in a lasting one, we have new Valentines to celebrate that love.

As Shakespeare wrote: “They do not love that do not show their love.”  Be sure you’re loved ones know how special they are to you, on Valentine’s Day and every day.

Happy February!

Caroline Martlew, Senior Editor



Printable Love Notes

With Valentine’s Day peeking around the corner, love is most definitely in the air, and we at Blue Mountain are anxiously looking forward  to sharing warm Valentine’s Day smiles and hugs with our families, friends, and fans.

We decided it would be so much more fun to have you join in the fun with us, and so we’ve designed these wonderfully-sweet, Valentine’s Day printable love notes that you can print and leave for anyone whose day you’d like to brighten with a smile. These love notes are perfect for popping in lunches, secretly tucking in coat pockets, leaving on desks at work, or inside books for a hidden surprise. Your kids, friends, family, and sweetheart are sure to love and appreciate your thoughtful little Valentine gems. Enjoy filling your world with happiness and love!

Click here download and print these love notes out today!



How Sweethearts Find Their Love Song [Infographic]

Did you ever wonder how couples find their song, or how many couples have had a song right from the very start? Did you ever stop to think about what the most popular love songs throughout history are, or what genre they come from? Scroll through our very special infographic, based on results from our Valentine’s Day survey, to find out some sweet tidbits about love songs, and even sweeter commentary from BlueMountain fans about their very own songs. And don’t forget, it’s the perfect time to pick out your Valentine’s Day eCards from

A very special Valentine's Day infographic from




eCard of the week – Magical Valentines Day






It’s hard not to notice the reds and pinks all around, which means Valentine’s Day must be around the corner – and that’s why our pick for eCard of the week this week is Magical Valentines Day.

Valentine’s Day really can be a magical holiday and that is why we love this interactive Valentine’s Day eCard, which Blue Mountain artist Kim Patrizi beautifully brings to life. Kim’s designs are known for their bright texture, immersive color and innovative animation techniques.

The playful fairy is sure to delight everyone you send her to, while filling their heart with Valentine’s Day spirit. Be sure to check out all of the Valentine’s Day eCards Blue Mountain has to offer and send or share a little love today!