Can You send a Valentine Message to your Boss

Njide Mkparu
2 min readFeb 20

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Yes or no? Is it right to send val messages to your boss in the office? he or she could be your senior colleague in the office or your supervisor.

Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is typically associated with romantic relationships, so it may not be the most appropriate occasion to send Valentine’s Day messages to your boss.

However, if you have a good working relationship with your boss, and you would like to show your appreciation for their leadership and guidance, here are a few examples of Valentine’s Day messages that you can use or use as inspiration:


Valentine Messages you can send to your Boss

· “Happy Valentine’s Day to a great leader and an even better boss. Thank you for your guidance and support.

· “I am so grateful for the opportunities and support you have given me. Happy Valentine’s Day to a wonderful boss.

· “I appreciate your leadership and the way you inspire us to be our best. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “I am grateful for the knowledge and experience you have shared with me. Happy Valentine’s Day to a fantastic boss.

· “I feel fortunate to have you as my boss, you are an inspiration to me. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “I appreciate your vision, guidance, and support. It’s been a privilege working under your leadership. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “You have made a great impact on my professional development. I am grateful for your mentorship and guidance. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “Thank you for your patience, support and leadership. You are an amazing boss. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “I am grateful to be a part of your team. Your guidance and support have been invaluable. Happy Valentine’s Day.

· “Thank you for being a great boss, mentor, and role model. Happy Valentine’s Day.

In Sum

It’s important to keep in mind that Valentine’s Day is not a holiday that is typically associated with professional relationships. So, it’s best to keep the message simple and professional, avoid any romantic connotations and make sure that it’s appropriate for the company culture.