In the old days, a love letter would have been carefully written on scented paper and sealed with a kiss, but with the wonders of modern technology, sending a romantic email is a much better alternative to ink-stained fingers and the unreliability of the postal delivery system. However, knowing how to write a love email takes skill, and unfortunately, if you make a mess of it, all kinds of unpleasantness can ensue.
so read on for a few helpful tips on how to write a love email guaranteed to cause your love interest’s heart to beat a little faster!
Top reasons How to write a love letter via email :-
1> Compose your love email very carefully—a love email is rather like a job application: you need to take lots of time drafting it. As such, it is never very clever to hurriedly write your email and then hit “send” before reading it through. No love interest is likely to be impressed by an ill-thought out load of badly spelled and illiterate gibberish. There is a reason why spell check was invented, so use it!
2> Do not compose a love email whilst under the influence of drink or illegal substances—your rambling rubbish might sound like the height of literary genius after ten pints of Strongbow, but the morning after you sent it, there is a serious probability that your love interest will think your twelve-year-old nephew hacked into your email account and sent a prank mail.
3> Do NOT send the email to the wrong person… this may sound obvious, but there are many remorseful people who once upon a time sent an embarrassing email to their ex, their boss, or worse still, to everyone in their company. Yes, it does happen, so before you risk eternal shame, check you have not inadvertently added the wrong email recipient.
4> Keep the smut level to a minimum—this is supposed to be a “love” email, not an invitation to a swingers’ weekend, so try and avoid unnecessary references to genitalia and sexual acts—unless you are 100% certain your love interest is the type who will respond favourably to x-rated ramblings about their most attractive body parts. It should also go without saying that attaching a picture of your rude bits is in poor taste—if think that a picture of your genitals will seal the deal, you need to look up the definition of “romance” in the dictionary.
5> Be confident about your intentions—there is very little point in telling the person of your dreams how you feel about them if you immediately add a disclaimer saying something along the lines of “I know you won’t feel the same way…” If you honestly think that, why bother? Besides, such a lack self-confidence is hardly going to turn the tide in your favour if they are even slightly indifferent!
6> Keep it personal—you are trying to make an impression on the person you are madly in love with, so make sure your love email is straight from the heart. Do not be afraid to use love sonnets or quotes from famous romantic films to help make your point. Such tactics are much more likely to make a lasting impression than a generic “I think you’re well fit, so how about it?”
7> Use pictures, music, even emoticons, to help lift your love email from the realms of forgettable into the stratosphere of unforgettable. Perhaps your love interest likes a particular movie or band, so cut and paste some lyrics or a relevant quote from a film. Use your imagination as well as the wonders of modern technology to help express your innermost emotions.
8> If the subject of your affection is a relative stranger, make sure you give your email a stand-out subject line or your email might end up buried in a folder of work emails, forgotten and unread.
9> And finally, keep it short and sweet. Why say in ten pages what you say in one succinct paragraph?