Nothing sounds as sweet as “I love you,” and probably nothing is more enjoyable to read on your cell phone screen than those three gorgeous words. Feeling blocked when attempting to write an I love you text message? Worried because you are not a natural romantic? Do you feel stuck at “I…?” Get ready to get down with your bed-of-roses self, and start texting your partner messages overflowing with love.

Writing a touching, non cheesy I love you text message takes some serious creativity, and a hefty dose of personalization. Are you ready to take the plunge? Read on for 4 different ways to express your deepest feelings.

Seriously, More Than…That?

Be cute and pick something everyone knows you really love, like a particular sport, food, or place, and then tell your partner you love them…even more than that! Here are a few I love you text message ideas:

– “I love you more than chocolate chip cookie dough ice-cream”

– “I love you more than front row seats to the Champions league final”

– “I love you more than an all-expense-paid trip to Cancun”

Compliment, Compliment, Compliment

Pick something about your partner that you truly admire. For example, their creativity, kindness, sense of humor, style, beauty, skills or honesty:

– “I love you for how you’ve changed my life.”

– “I love you for your sweet smell and contagious laugh.”

– “I love you for your hot body and even hotter imagination.”

I Love You

Sometimes old school is best. You don’t always have to be creative, sometimes you can just text “I love you.” The key is timing. Pick a random moment during the day when you know you partner won’t be busy, and then send them the ultra-simple, yet extremely powerful I love you text message:
– “I love you.”

Not very creative, but very effective.


As long as you aren’t in the dog house (in which case a message like this may come across as brown-nosing), send a sweet text message to your partner such as “I love your playful personality, you’re so cute” Then, send a second text message with a simple “P.S.”:P.S. I love you.”

I Love You Text Messages Never Replace Your Voice

While texting should never replace telling your partner “I love you” face-to-face, a personalized I love you text message can be a wonderful way to cement and strengthen your bond. Keep these tips in mind, and start spreading the love today!

Claudia Cox

Claudia Cox is a modern communication expert who gives singles and couples alike the tools they need to improve their relationships. She is the creator of The Text Weapon Texting Club, and the author of French Seduction Made Easy. She loves the outdoors, baking tasty treats for friends, and of course, texting.
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