How to Write a Birthday Letter

Birthdays are always a special time. It is an occasion where we celebrate the life of a friend or a loved one, and traditionally give presents and a birthday card. Sometimes, writing a letter might be a more appropriate way to wish someone a happy birthday than using an off-the-shelf birthday card. A birthday letter can be more personal and allow more room to express exactly what you want to say. So, if a dear friend or family member has a birthday coming up, consider writing a personal birthday letter as a special gift.

Below we will give some tips to consider while writing your birthday letter. However, it is not enough just to have a list of things that you want to write. You also need to make sure that your message is clear and understandable. WhiteSmoke is the perfect tool for giving your birthday letter this finishing touch. As an all-in-one writing solution, WhiteSmoke features a grammar checker, a spell checker, a thesaurus software and an online dictionary combined with special enrichment features to make your letter clear and evocative.

Birthday Letter Tips:

  1.  Start, of course, with your warmest congratulations. There is space for some humor here, but make sure it is within the context of your friendship with that person.
  2.  Be direct and express your wishes for the person, but do not over-exaggerate with superfluous praise. You want the letter to be genuine and true.
  3.  Include a small section on your history with that person - what they mean to you, and what you have been through together.
  4.  Remember, the letter must remain friendly and personal, that is the main reason for a birthday letter.


By following these simple tips for your birthday letter, you are half way there. In order to take your letter and give it some extra color, as well as make sure there are no grammar mistakes, you need a writing solution. WhiteSmoke Writing Software is the most complete writing tool available for this task.

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