Searching for the perfect thing to say in your Mother's Day card message? Whether you're writing to your mom, grandma, aunt or any other mother figure that's played a role in your life -- you want it to convey your heartfelt appreciation and love. Right?
Mother's Day greeting card wording ideas will ultimately stem from your own personal experience and relationship. Everyone's situation is different and there's no one right way to write a Mother's Day card. However... With that said, we do have some tips on writing mom a message she'll love and appreciate.
- Be sincere.
- Keep it short and to the point.
- Do add some personal touches.
This may sound easier said than done, but really it just means write something that's true. Don't try to get fancy using words whose meaning you're not familiar with. Do tell the moms in your life how much you appreciate them. At the same time, telling mom she's the BEST mom in the world also totally works.
Keep it short and to the point.
You're writing mom a Mother's Day card... Not a letter. Keep this spacing limitation in mind when writing your Mother's Day message. You don't want the font to be so small (because you've written the longest message of all time) that it's ilegible. Try to avoid rambling... Tell mom what she means to you and wish her a Happy Mother's Day.
Do add some personal touches.
As we've already mentioned, every situation is going to be different so it's impossible to write a one size fits all Mother's Day card message... Unless you want a cheesy one-size-fits-all type of card in which case you're out of luck here. So take this time to add a little something personal. If you haven't seen mom in a while make sure you tell her how much you miss her. Hopefully there are plans to be together in the near future, in which case mention how much you're looking forward to them. If you're lucky enough to hangout with mom all the time, maybe you'll mention how much you've appreciated the time you had together recently.
Whatever your situation, write the message to mom from the heart.