Who says romance dies when you’re married? In reality, the best time to be at your most romantic is when you have shared years of your life together in marriage!
For many married couples, the romance and passion fades because of life’s responsibilities. You both may have jobs or you have children to take care of. After all, marriage isn’t all bliss because with it comes responsibilities to each other, to your children, and to your home.
However, one great way to rekindle the fires of passion is by writing your spouse a romantic letter. It will bring you back to the days of your youth when you were fired up with passion for each other.
If you don’t happen to be a wordsmith who like to compose letters, we’ve got these sample letters that might inspire you to write the most romantic prose you’ve ever written for your partner!
Letters to a Beloved Wife
My dearest wife. You are the apple of my eye, the light of my life, and the essence of my being. What would I be without you? Definitely lost and never to be found. Ever since you came into my life, you have made every waking moment better. It’s like the universe knew exactly what was missing from my life, and so it decided to bring an angel like you into my life. My wife, all these years have passed and my love for you still remains unchanged. I loved you yesterday, I love you today, and I will love you more in the years to come. You are the most beautiful woman in my eyes, not just because of how you look but because of who you are as a person.
To my beautiful wife. Ever since I first laid eyes on you, I knew that I had found the missing piece of my soul. I used to think that I was complete without a partner by my side, but knowing you taught me what I was missing. I was missing a loving companion through life. I was missing a better half that would lead me to a better path. I was missing a lover who would ignite in me a passion I never knew could exist. I can proudly tell the world that I have married the most perfect woman in the world for me. I love you more than you’ll ever know.
To my wife. Did you know that every time I put my arms around you I felt that I was home? Did you know that each time you smile at me, I feel my soul feeling just a little bit lighter? Did you know that your laughter is such music to my ears that it can erase all the troubles in my life? My dearest wife, what would I be without you? Your very presence makes me feel whole, as if I wasn’t truly a man before I met you. Every day I wonder what I did right to deserve someone as wonderful as you in my life. And maybe I’ll never know the answer. All I know is that I will forever be thankful to you for coming into my life and changing it for the better.
Dearest wife. Years and years before today, I never would have thought we would come this far. We were young and naïve, and all we cared for was adventure. And through those drunken nights and wild parties, somehow we fell in love. We didn’t know what we were doing then, and maybe until now we still have no idea. But as the years passed and we have grown and matured together, we have built a family that anyone would be proud of. You have been the most perfect wife and an amazing mother to our children. From love-struck young adults, we have become the pillars of our wonderful family. I thank you every day for everything you have done for us.
No day would be complete without seeing you open your eyes each morning. Seeing you before I sleep and seeing you right when I open my eyes are two blessings I will never take for granted. Ever since you became my wife, I knew that I have done something right in this world. And I will forever do what I can to be worthy of your love. I love you.
Letters to a Beloved Husband
To my dear husband. I want to take this moment to say thank you for everything you have done for our family. You have been a stellar provider, always making sure our family has everything it needs – a roof over our heads, good food on our table, and a home filled with joy and love. My dear husband, you have given us more than we can hope for, and we are forever thankful to have you in our lives. Thank you for your love.
Dear hubby. Though we have not been married long, I want you to know that I already see a bright future for us. Even before we were married, I already knew that I would marry you someday. After all, when a woman finds a strong, capable, handsome, and most of all, kind man, she would be a fool to let him go. And so I never let you go, I showered you with love as you have with me. You have given me everything a woman can hope for in a partner and more. So now that we have been husband and wife for a year, I know that the rest of the years in our lives will be as good as this previous one.
Dear sweetheart. No one ever said that marriage is easy, and I can agree with that. Our marriage is far from perfect as we have been through our fair share of ups and downs. However, having you as my partner in life has made every obstacle easier to overcome. Your patience and kindness are unparalleled and I feel so blessed to have you by my side each time we encounter challenges in our marriage. Our love for each other has strengthened us and made us ready for anything life throws at us. And so, I want to take this moment to thank you for everything that you have done to keep our marriage strong. I love you, until death do us part.
On the day of our marriage, our vows were the most important part. We promised to love each other, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, until death do us part. I know we can fulfill every line of our vows, not only because of the immense love we have for each other, but also because of how far we have come as a couple. Together we have grown and matured. We have faced challenges that might cause other relationships to crumble. We have been through it all, and yet here we are – still going strong.
My dear husband. I am writing you this letter to deliver a simple message with a deeper meaning. My message is that I love you. I love you in times of joy and in times of strife. I love you in the morning before you have risen, and at night when the world is under a blanket of stars. I love you with a passion that I never thought I had in me. And I love with a quiet devotion as a wife has to a husband. I love you for all that you are – faults and perfections included. I love you wholly and unconditionally, without complications or pride. I love you, I love you, I love you, my husband.
Rekindle your passion for each other by starting it off with a romantic letter then following it up with a candlelit dinner, and who knows what else will follow!