Writing romantic words in cursive can be a creative and expressive way to add a personal touch and make your message more unique and special. To help you learn to write these words, we’ve gathered some of the most popular romantic words in cursive + the instructions on how to write them. Remember to make your letters flow smoothly and to connect them when appropriate to create a cohesive and elegant cursive script. Practice makes perfect!

Love

  1. L: Below the top line, stroke slightly to the right and up to the top line. Draw a loop, then take your stroke back down to the bottom line, and make a small loop on the right side of the letter. Stroke out to the right to create the tail

  2. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line

  3. v: A downward stroke from the top to the bottom line of your writing space without lifting your pen, a second downward stroke that loops back up to the top line, forming a loop. Finally, a third downward stroke to the bottom line, touching the left side of the loop

  4. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, back around

 

Rose

  1. R: A downward stroke, then upward and create a loop, then draw a line that slopes down to the right, curving slightly at the end

  2. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line

  3. s: Make a small loop at the top of the line you just drew. Then, draw a line that slopes down to the right and curves slightly at the end

  4. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

 

Gift

  1. G: Make a slant strike up at the top of the line, make a loop, then make a downward slope that loops slightly to the left close to the middle. Then draw a line that slopes down to the right. Finish with a sharp stroke to the right

  2. i: Close to the bottom line, a small stroke up, then stroke down to the right

  3. f: Make an extended loop, then a downstroke that loops to the right at the bottom, finally a line that slopes down to the right and curves slightly at the end

  4. t: Make a second downward stroke that loops to the right again

 

Hope

  1. H: Make a small loop at the bottom of the line, then a downward stroke. Make a second downward stroke to the bottom line and create a loop touching both strokes

  2. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line

  3. p: a downward stroke that curves slightly to the right at the bottom, followed by a loop to the left at the top of the line. Bring the slope line back up to connect

  4. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, and back around

 

Unique

  1. U: Start at the top of the line and make a small loop to the left. Bring the pen down to the baseline and finally, bring the pen upwards

  2. n: A downward stroke to the baseline, then looping back up and to the right to form a second loop

  3. i: A downward stroke to the baseline

  4. q: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve it upward and to the right to form a loop. Make a small upward stroke inside the loop to create the crossbar

  5. u: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve it upward and to the right

  6. e: Form a loop and then a downward stroke to the baseline, curve up to the middle, back around

 

Youth

  1. Y: Make a small loop. Draw a downward stroke to the baseline, then curve it upward and to the right, and finally stroke down to form a loop and slope line back up to connect

  2. o: Make a circle, starting and ending at the bottom line

  3. u: A downward stroke to the baseline, then curve it upward and to the right

  4. t: Make a second downward stroke that loops to the right again

  5. h: Extend the upward stroke of the “t” and curve it back down to the baseline, then create a downward curve that touches the baseline. Bring the slope line back up to connect.

 
 

Alright, guys! That’s it for the romantic word, but stay tuned for more posts like this, and don’t forget to practice on Writey.