Love is in the air.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but love has around for centuries.
They say that love doesn’t need words and in some aspects, that’s true. But a successful relationship thrives with good communication between partners. Communication is key, and quotes are often a helpful tool when you can’t find the words to say.
Telling your significant other how much you love them is a big part of Valentine’s Day. On this special occasion, looking at Valentine’s Day quotes and sayings about love can do a world of good.
We took the time to do the hard for you and found the best quotes about love to make your day as romantic and full of emotion as it should be. While saying “I love you” is certainly meaningful in itself, switching up how you say that special little phrase can be so impactful.
Certain words have the power to inspire and encourage love in all our hearts. You mght even find exactly what you’re looking for in terms of the right words to say.
Below are 100 Valentine’s Day quotes, valentines day sayings and inspirational love quotes that are perect to share with your partner this Valentine’s Day.
1. When your S.O. has become your home.
“She knew she loved him when ‘home’ went from being a place to being a person.” — E. Leventhal
2. When they bring you peace.
“You’re my favorite place to go to when my mind searches for peace.” — Unknown
3. When you are always thinking of them.
“In case you ever foolishly forget: I am never not thinking of you.” — Virginia Woolf
4. When your favorite memories are with them.
“I never want to stop making memories with you.” — Pierre Jeanty
5. When he looks at you in that special way.
“He looked at her the way all women want to be looked at by a man.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald
6. When his love conquers all.
“His love roared louder than her demons.” — Unknown
7. When you lose control, but in a good way.
“I didn’t plan on falling in love with you, and I doubt if you planned on falling in love with me. But once we met, it was clear that neither of us could control what was happening to us.” — The Notebook