Good morning texts can accelerate the pace at which two partners develop a bond and even deepen it. They keep the romance alive and ensure that effort is put into the relationship and that it is appreciated.
If you want your partner to feel appreciated and start her day right, you should start sending her messages that make her day. In this article, I will share 10 effective good morning texts with you, and I will also give you three ways to make them unique to you.
But first, let’s go over what to include in a good morning text.
What to Include in a Good Morning Text?
If you want to go beyond copy-pasting the texts in this post and want to understand how you can come up with excellent good morning texts just for her, understand the following three elements:
- Worth-raising. Your good morning texts should be uplifting at the very least and self-worth-raising at their best. There is no room for a morning text that does not evoke any emotion.
- In character. The last thing you want her to think after getting your text is “what?” Your message should be proportionate to your character and should align with how you generally treat her.
- Personal. Everyone has the internet, which is why it is crucial not to copy-paste a message without making it personal first. Don’t worry, the post covers how to personalize morning texts in the final section.
Good Morning Texts for Her
With the core components of an excellent good morning text defined, let’s go over our curated collection of worth-raising, malleable, and personalizable good morning texts for her, with rationales and delivery suggestions, included.
“Good morning, sunshine”
This is a simple yet sweet text that doesn’t come off as too strong or too cold. It can also be a nice habitual text to adopt if you don’t have the time to come up with different good morning texts every day.
However, it is a bad text to send after the first date.
The bar for up to the third date remains that no text should label the other party. This test fails that, albeit very casually.
Sunshine is not a very strong label and is perfectly fine for anyone you have gone on at least three dates with.
“The morning’s yours to conquer, and you’re mine to cherish”
This is a deeply romantic and motivating text best reserved for days when your girlfriend is going through a tough period in her life. This shows her that you’re there for her and that you know she’s capable of overcoming personal challenges.
Every bit counts in such instances, and people are too emotionally caught up in their own issues to scrutinize your texts. So don’t overthink positive and romantic words and send that text.
“Good morning, my great girlfriend”
This text is best accompanied by an emoji. It is fairly simple and is passively appreciative. You can send it when you think you should give more credit to your girlfriend, but there is nothing specific to say thank you for.
Acknowledging that someone is good or great can serve as enough appreciation.
If you are an artist, then replacing “my great girlfriend” with “my magnificent muse” can work. If she’s an artist, “creative queen” can work.
Ultimately, “my [insert title]” is a very useful formula for creating variety.
“Rise and rule, queen”
This text cannot just come out of nowhere. Only use this if your actions and attitude towards your girlfriend make her feel like a queen.
The role of a “good morning” text is to make the other party smile without going against their ideas regarding who they are.
The beauty of this text is that it always works. If your partner owns a business or has ambitions to one day be a CEO, this works. If she wants to be a housewife, this works because it implies she’s the queen of the household.
It only fails to work if your actions put her down. In that case, you should change the actions and not the text.
Wake up, gorgeous. I love you
This text features a compliment that, when in character, can have an incredible self-worth-raising effect.
In contrast, when it is sharply out of character, it can pull your partner out of the suspended disbelief. Before you use this as a good morning text, you use beauty-praising adjectives to refer to her.
Moreover, the three magic words should be used before the good morning text. The first time you say “I love you” shouldn’t be over a morning text. For a wife, fiance, or a serious girlfriend, this text is simple, fairly believable, and, above all, authentic.
“The sun shines bright, but YOU’RE my light”
Sun puns and references always work in the morning as long as you make them work. The main goal of these references is to show off your creativity.
The pun draws attention away from the compliment long enough for it to sneak past the downplaying radar.
Use this if your partner constantly cancels out compliments right after you give them. If she’s the type to say, “oh c’mon, it’s not that nice,” when you tell her that her dress is nice, then this text will be perfect.
“The day is calling for you, and I’m falling for you”
Rhymes are another way to compliment her without making it head-on and awkward. Not everyone knows how to respond to compliments, so making your morning text rhyme gives them room to comment on the rhyme.
You can expect an “Aww…and that rhymed, babe!” text if your partner is not good at directly responding to compliments.
One thing to remember about rhyming morning texts is that they are supposed to indicate thoughtfulness. The more thought you put into a rhyme, the more romantic it is.
Such text messages, even when copied and pasted, can seem like “too much” after a first date. So, make sure that you send it only when you’re 100% sure that the depth of your feelings will be appreciated.
“Good morning, babe. I look forward to being my best self because you deserve nothing but”
The best part about this text is that it makes the reader finish the sentence. As a result, it has an incredible worth-raising effect.
She will read “being my best self because you deserve nothing but” and fill in “the best.”
When the words come from her, she cannot be as critical of them. Again, such messages are great for someone going through a tough time. They add a much-needed dose of positivity.
“Rise and shine, princess. It’s a new day, but I still feel like I’m dreaming. It’s unbelievable how lucky I am to have you.”
Sentence-based good morning texts are good for one key reason: they don’t paint you into a corner you cannot write yourself out of.
Let’s suppose you send rhyming morning wishes. What happens when you run out of the ones on the web or in this post?
You can’t suddenly switch to long-form morning texts or keep repeating them. Sentence-based positive texts can make it easier to keep texting every morning.
You can amp the romance up as the relationship carries on. Showing that you are “blessed,” “happy,” “lucky,” or “fortunate” to have your partner is the easiest way to get romantic brownie points. “I hope this morning brings you happiness as it brings me the joy of being your boyfriend.”
The parallelism of this text is what makes it work. But the specific category of texts that this belongs to is the “prayer” text. No one expects creativity in prayer.
As long as you have the sincerest wishes for your partner, the text works.
You can hope, wish, pray, or manifest depending on your spiritual beliefs. And just like the previous text, showing your gratitude and joy over having them in your life can ensure that the text is well-received.
“Finally, my sweetheart is up. I missed you so much!”
Messages, which show longing, are sexy when the other person is generally anxious. Not everyone receives love the same way.
A girl who wants reassurance that she is loved rarely judges such messages negatively.
On the other hand, the message can come off as needy if you’ve already been using every opportunity to display longing and fondness. Making this text work requires a degree of tact.
Don’t use this message unless you’re sure she will be reassured and glad to know how much you miss her.
“Good morning, my sunshine. I smile every time I think about you”
This text gives them a mental image of you in love. It is one of the sneakiest ways of saying you love them without saying “I love you.”
It works in long-distance relationships very well and can also be used in the early stages of any semi-serious relationship.
You can use this to gauge her interest as well. If she loves you or has serious feelings for you, this will inspire a reply along similar lines.
But if she doesn’t express how she also thinks about you and only comments about how sweet the message is, your next good morning text to her should be a notch below this in sentimentality.
“I dreamt about you last night and have daydreamed about you fifteen times since.”
This is a wit-driven text that works if you have displayed similar wit before. Use the personalization tips in the next section to make this text feel like it is truly coming from you and isn’t just copied and pasted.
Generally, dream-related puns and references are best reserved for goodnight texts, but here it works because daydreaming is included. More importantly, it is the punchline/twist, so this text can’t be flipped into a similarly witty goodnight text.
How to Personalize Good Morning Texts?
To personalize a good morning text, you must add or swap words to include something that only you and the other person know, or only you could have come up with.
This can include nicknames, favorite dishes, and, quite often, songs you both love. The formula to make a good morning text more personal is as follows:
[Thing only you know] + generic good morning text + [a reference only you can come up with].
If you don’t want to apply this formula every time you use a text from the web, you can simply swap “my love,” “baby,” etc., with a nickname you have given her. This, too, works but entails the bare minimum effort. Sandwiching a morning text between personalized references is far better.
Examples of Personalized Good Morning Texts
To make things easier, let’s go over a few generic good morning texts and use the formula covered earlier to make them more personal.
“Rise and shine, Cherry Pie. It’s a new day, but I still feel like I’m dreaming. It’s unbelievable how lucky I am to have you to lose my hoodies to”
This is a personalized version of the classic “Rise and shine, princess. It’s a new day, but I still feel like I’m dreaming. It’s unbelievable how lucky I am to have you.”
However, the earlier generic ‘princess’ is replaced with a potential nickname.
Moreover, the “have you” is finished off with “to lose my hoodie to,” which could be something that the boyfriend faces.
Even though the body of the text is copy-pasted, the references to her nickname and the fact that she takes his hoodies and he doesn’t mind make this far more personal.
Another way the same text could be personalized is by switching ‘rise and shine’ with a personal greeting that is an insider joke between the partners.
Let’s suppose the girlfriend and boyfriend engaged in law enforcement roleplay the night before. Starting off the message with “hello chief” would make the text far more personal than “rise and shine.”
“Big pitch meeting today. The day is calling for you, and I’m falling for you. And you know how Dex is when I fall”
In this scenario, Dex is the couple’s dog who, apparently, acted funny when the boyfriend physically fell. As you can tell, this is a personalized version of the “day is calling for you, and I’m falling for you” text we covered earlier.
It is sandwiched between the “big pitch meeting today,” which only the man knows, and “you know how dex is,” which is something the couple shares. So, every memory you both have laughed at becomes a treasure trove of personalized texts.
“Good morning to the one eye that is reading this! Wish I was next to you. I hope this morning brings you happiness, just as much joy as being your alarm clock brings me.”
This is a clear example of how familiarity and “insider” information can be used to personalize a text. The fact that your girlfriend opens one eye and immediately grabs her phone is something only you can know.
You being the one who is always waking her up is something you both can appreciate. But if you didn’t know each other well, the “one eye” message would be confusing and even offensive.
Personalization proves that when you know her, you know the rules you can break and the ones you have to follow.
Texts that raise her self-worth, are personal, and align with her idea of you are a great way to wake up your girlfriend or wife if you’re not physically next to her.
Even if the text is not clever or creative, it will have a positive effect as long as it is sincere.
Don’t let the lack of new ideas keep you from texting her every morning. She will appreciate the thought and the gesture as long as you’re sincere and hope to make her smile.