Relationships are hard. Design requires inspiration. Social media is all about consistency. And Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. We’ll go through a couple of powerful design ideas that will help you:
- send your loved one the perfect “love letter”
- connect with your followers on this special day
Before we dive in, I’ll let you in on a little secret. You can modify and customise these designs, kind of like using Photoshop, but way easier. And it’s free. You can do this using our app, available on both iOS and Android. You can also just download the images you find on this page, they are a freebie from us. Using the app gives you so much more power, though 🚀.
Across the article you will also find tips & tricks to creating cute designs, from what fonts to use, where to find photos, what symbols and emojis are a good fit for the occasion and what apps can help you get designs done quickly.
Valentine’s Day Ideas:
- Will you be my Valentine
- Happy Valentine’s Day
- Never Let Go
- With Love, Your Valentine
- You make me feel special
- Happy Valentine’s Day
- Love is in the air!
- Home is where we are and the world is our house
- I love you
- You make my mornings special
- Loving you is easy
- Let’s get romantic tonight
- Quote: I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once
- You turn my world upside down
- To my sweetheart, Happy Valentine’s Day!
- Happy Valentine’s day
- Everything seems possible with you
- You give me a sugar rush
- You’re my FAVORITEST human EVER.
- I love you so much I would give you a kidney. Maybe even one of my own.
- Thinking of you
- Valentine’s day is coming soon. Make a reservation. Thank me later.
- I love you so much, I still like you when I’m hungry
- This Valentine’s Day, will you accept this rosé?
- You’re my donut
- Cupid really hit the mark with us
- I ❤️U
- Stars and Hearts 1 ⭐️❤️⭐️❤️
- Stars and Hearts 2 ⭐️❤️⭐️❤️
- Valentine’s Day Love
Bonus: MORE DESIGNS EVERY WEEK
Hand-written card message
What fonts should I use on Valentine’s Day?
When trying to be romantic and sentimental, handwriting fonts work best. They express closeness, personal touch and warmth. Here is a sample of these kinds of fonts:
Links to download the fonts in the image (more resources below):
You can find all these fonts in our app, which you can download for free for iOS and Android. Also, if you’re working on a laptop, check out all the Handwriting fonts Google has to offer. It’s a massive collection.Home is where we are and the world is our house Click To Tweet You make my morningns special! Click To Tweet Loving you is easy! Click To Tweet
I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once. The Fault in Our Stars by John Greene Click To Tweet
Where can I find the right Valentine’s Day Photos
Our recommendation is to use a personal photo. Saying “I love you” or really anything sentimental to someone close is deeply personal. This is why the image you use should be something that the 2 of you share on a deeper level. Don’t just pick the best picture you have of the 2 of you, but pick the image that best reminds you of a special moment you shared, like you holding hands, goofing around in the elevator mirror, or maybe something fun you did together.
Whatever you do, though, nude photos are not cool for romance. It had to be said 😎
Both Unsplash and Pixabay provide free photos for you to use. You can find these photos in our app as well.
Funny Valentine’s Day messagesYou're my FAVORITEST human ever Click To Tweet I love you so much I would give you a kidney. Maybe even one of my own Click To Tweet Valentine's day is coming soon. Make a reservation. Thank me later. Click To Tweet I love you so much I still like you when I’m hungry Click To Tweet
Emoji or simple Story ideas
Sometimes not a lot needs to be said. The simple fact that you send a personal message is enough for the other person to get the point. There are, however, symbols that can help you get the message across. The heart is the most obvious symbol you can use. Did you know there are 27 heart-related emojis or characters? Some of them might not be as used or supported by all devices, though. Here they are:💌 ❣️ 💒 💓 💔 💕 💖 💗 💘 💙 💚 💛 💜 💝 💞 💟 🧡 🏩 ❤️ 🖤 😍 🥰 ♡ ❣ ❥ ♥︎ ❤︎. One of them is a Love Hotel. Who decides these things? 😍🏩
Are you using a Mac? Let me share a little tip: Press [Control + Command + Space] to get to a little-known tool that helps you search for emojis.
A second symbol we found fun to use is a simple star ⭐️. It has a quick magical, whimsical effect and that’s just how being in love sometimes feels.
For more intricate symbols, you can use an online resource like freepik to find all kinds of assets. Here is what a simple search for love on freepik will give you.
You can find lots of symbols and assets to use in PostMuse as well. Actually, all the images you see on this page are templates from the app, which you can edit and customise. Download PostMuse on iOS and Android for free and check them out.
More designs every week
Here’s the thing. We make designs like these every week and we add them to the app. So if you have the app installed, you can easily get on top of that social cadence you’re looking for. Download it on iOS and Android.
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Did you know that 48% of small businesses in the US can barely post once per week to Instagram? Also, did you know that posting daily makes an account grow 56% more every month, compared to posting just once per week?
PostMuse helps you post high quality content on Instagram more often. Simply pick a design, change a few things, maybe use your own image and you’re good to go – right from your phone. If you want to go more in depth, you get plenty of fonts, stock photos, assets and effective tools.
Here is me starting from a nice breakfast template and making a motivational design about work.
Before you go, I am curios about something. Which do you think is the best category? Is it Hand-written, Funny or Emoji? Which do you prefer? I have my own favorite, I’ll let you guess it 😍