Letter to Niece on Wedding Day (8 Examples & Templates)

The art of writing letters for any occasion has been on the rise again because of its sentimentality and thoughtfulness. Writing a letter for your niece on her wedding day can be a touching way to share any advice, well-wishes, and cherished memories.

Below are six examples of heartwarming letters dedicated to your niece who is about to get married. Since finding the right words can be challenging when emotions are running high, two templates are also provided to guide you while you draft.

Letter to My Niece on Wedding Day: Touching Examples

bride in wedding attire posing in front of food and flowers

1. Dear Carly,

I hope this letter finds you a bundle of joy, anticipation, and optimism. Let me tell you, though, as you stand on the cusp of this massive life change, some nerves are also normal!

It feels just like yesterday when your parents and I were screaming in glee when you took your first steps. I still remember how you would constantly touch my blonde hair, ask your mom if you could have blonde hair too, and cry whenever she said no.

Today, you’re stepping into a new realm—married life—filled with love, companionship, and endless adventures. And you’re also blonde now! It suits you so well.

As your aunt, I am beyond thrilled to have the chance to celebrate this moment with you and Jeff. I’ve watched your relationship bloom into this wonderful thing that is full of love, strength, and wisdom. It’s heartwarming to see how well you complement each other; you’ve found your soulmate, and I’m so happy for you.

Marriage is a confluence of love, trust, and empathy. Throughout this journey, you have to nurture your commitment, support each other, and nourish the love you share. You’ll find out what it means when people say that love is more than just a feeling; it’s a choice you have to make every day.

As this new chapter of your life begins, may your days be filled with all the tender love, hearty laughter, and unyielding support you deserve. Always remember that your family is here for you, cheering you on from the sidelines.

With all my love,

Aunt Denise

2. Dear Kylie,

As I pen down these words, I can’t believe I’m already writing a letter to my niece on her wedding day. Time flies! I feel so much love and joy in my heart, knowing that when today ends, you will embark on a new adventure in your life.

It seems just like yesterday when I held you for the first time. Now, as an intelligent, beautiful, and compassionate young woman, I’m so proud of you and everything that you’ve accomplished. You continue to be a beacon of light and love to those around you, all while never dimming down your own brilliance.

Remember that marriage is all about trust, patience, lots of love, and a healthy amount of compromise. Work on your communication, show each other grace, and treat each other with respect. Through it all, never forget that you are an individual first before you are a wife.

As you and Johnny exchange vows (and I will not cry!), remember that love is a journey. It may have its ups and downs, but cherish each moment, support one another, and embrace everything that comes with married life.

May your days be warmed and brightened by your love. I wish you both a lifetime of happiness, fulfillment, and contentment.

All my love,

Aunt Mindy

3. Dear Samantha,

I can’t believe my favorite niece (don’t tell my other nieces and nephews I said this) is already getting married! Gee, kid. Thanks for making me feel old.

Just kidding. I’m so stoked to see you get married to the love of your life. He seems like an alright dude. What’s his name again? John? Juan? Szechuan? (Again, just teasing—I totally know his name!) The most important thing is he makes you happy and that he makes you feel safe.

As your coolest uncle, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to give you some sage advice for married life. That’s what uncles are for, am I right?

Anyway, first of all, remember that marriage is like a rollercoaster. It comes with ups, downs, the occasional loop-the-loops, and moments when it feels like nothing is happening. Embrace all of them, hold your husband’s hand, and when things start to get overwhelming, just close your eyes and scream it out.

Second of all, be open to compromise. Your aunt and I don’t agree on a lot: I like it freezing cold, she wants the room warm; I hate reality TV, she can’t go a day without watching them… honestly, I can go on! But marriage is all about finding the middle ground sometimes. You may have to work to find that middle ground, but it’s all worth it.

Third of all, communicate. I can’t stress this enough. Talk about everything! Do you think the chili is too spicy? Let your husband know! Do your feet hurt, and you want to stop walking for a while? Tell him! No one can read minds (sometimes a good thing), so you have to be vocal about your needs.

Last but not least, stay in love. Romance the hell out of each other. Plan little dates, vacations, picnics in the park, and what have you. Make each other feel like you’re 18 again, and the butterflies in your stomachs are fluttering like crazy.

As you walk down the aisle today, I hope you know that your crazy, supportive family is right behind you (or, in this case, in front of you, but you know what I mean). We love you so much, and we wish you and Jonathan nothing but the best.

Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Norton-Smith!

Uncle Bobby

emotional guests at a wedding

4. Dear Andie,

My little niece is getting hitched! Or, well, you’re not so little anymore—you’re a 5’9” dancing queen now! I wish your mother got your height, too.

Anyway, I’m so happy for you! It feels just like yesterday when I was buying you dolls and clay for Christmas and birthdays. Now, it’ll be your turn soon to buy kids’ toys that they’ll only play with for a week before they start wanting to buy something else!

All jokes aside for a moment, I’m incredibly proud of you and the woman you’ve become. You grew up to be such an intelligent, compassionate, and driven young woman. I’m so excited to see what the future holds for you.

Dennis seems like a good egg, yeah? He likes fishing, he’s like a level 5 chef (in Sims 4 terms, of course), and I haven’t seen him manspread yet… so he’s pretty much the perfect guy!

As you start the journey that is married life, remember to cherish the little moments. Fart jokes will be told, hairlines will recede, and remotes will be lost… look for the humor and silver linings in everything. Trust me, it’ll make even the toughest days easier to bear.

Wishing both of you a lifetime of love and laughter! May this wedding be the start of the happy ever after you’ve both been praying for.


Aunt Justine

5. Dear Georgia,

I can’t believe my once tiny niece is now all grown up, a few hours away from marrying the love of her life. Where did the time go? I remember running around, pretending to be a dinosaur—or a princess, astronaut, or a fairy—trying to catch you like it was just yesterday.

You’ve become a gorgeous, intelligent, and resourceful young woman. It’s an understatement to say that I am proud of who you are, who you’ve become, and who you will be in the future.

While I’ll miss all our nights out, slumber parties, and spontaneous brunch dates, I’m delighted that you’ve found your partner in life and in crime. Vinny is an awesome guy, and I see the way you light up in each other’s presence. From what your dad tells me, you also push each other to be the best version of yourself. That’s all you can really ask for.

As you join lives, don’t forget to nurture your friendship and make each other happy every day. Stay open, honest, and genuine even when it’s tough—especially when it’s tough.

Always remember that I’m always here for a cup of coffee, a girls’ night out, advice, or just a chat. You have my number!

I hope you’ll look back on your wedding with fondness. I hope that, years down the line, you’ll reminisce on today and remember how much love and support you have from your family and friends. May the future be kind to you and Vinny.

Here’s to happy ever after!

Aunt Eliza

6. Dear Quinn,

As I write this letter to my niece on her wedding day—in my pajamas and all—I can’t help but feel a little emotional. I’m actually struggling to find the words to put here, but I promise to try my best for my favorite niece.

It feels like it was just yesterday when I drove you to kindergarten once a week, taking you to the mall for ice cream afterward. Remember when you still had braces? Those were the days!

I’m so thrilled you’ve found your soulmate in Mico. He is perfect for you. You’re both adventurous, extremely funny, and so compassionate. You two just click; you truly are partners for life.

Hold onto that magical feeling, nurture it daily, and never let it go. If you need ideas for date nights, I have a full list of them!

My wish for you is a home filled with snuggles, belly laughs, and satisfied sighs. Surround yourself with the people you love, and rest assured that you will always have their support.

Through it all, don’t forget that you’re still the Quinn that we love: ambitious, passionate, and delightfully stubborn. Never stop pursuing your dreams, and nourish yourself as much as you nourish your relationship. That’s important!

I’m so grateful to be part of your journey. Thank you for inviting me and giving me the chance to celebrate this wonderful milestone with you. Here’s to a lifetime of love, happiness, and great memories.


Aunt Susan

Letter to Niece on Wedding Day: Templates You Can Use

smiling bride in wedding attire looking out a window

7. Dear (niece’s name),

The day is finally here! My niece is getting married to the love of her life. I’m sitting here [describe where you are], thinking about how time has passed us by so quickly. It seems just like yesterday when [share a short anecdote from your niece’s childhood]. Now here you are, a gorgeous bride radiating joy.

While it feels a bit bittersweet, I’m absolutely thrilled that you’ve found your soulmate. (Niece’s partner’s name) seems like a fantastic (guy/girl/person), and it’s obvious to anyone who looks just how in love you are with each other.

As someone who’s been married for [amount of time], I’d like to think that I’ve gained some wisdom I can share with you. [List all the marriage advice you want to share with your niece. You can get as specific as you want and add some humor as well].

Ultimately, I wish both of you [share your well-wishes with your niece]. I pray for a life filled with love, happiness, and blessings.

With all my love,

(Your name)

8. Dear (niece’s name),

I can hardly believe the day is finally here. (Niece’s parent’s name) was just telling me how fun and stressful it was to plan a wedding. I know that feeling all too well.

Watching you grow up over the last (niece’s age) has been nothing but a joy. I distinctly remember [describe a memory you have from your niece’s childhood]. From that moment on, I knew you would grow up to be [describe your niece and her personality today].

Honestly, I was a little [describe how you felt when you first met your niece’s partner] when you first introduced (niece’s partner’s name) to the family. We had pretty high standards; of course, we only wanted the best for our girl. However, he blew us away with how [describe the niece’s partner’s personality] he was.

I know you and (niece’s partner’s name) are entering this new chapter with joy and a healthy amount of nerves. It happens to all of us. Just focus on what today means for the two of you, and let your planner and coordinators worry about making today perfect.

Always remember that marriage is like [insert a metaphor about marriage. Transition to marriage advice you want your niece to hear].

As you start the rest of your life, I wish you [share your well-wishes for your niece and her partner].

[End the letter to your niece on her wedding day with a paragraph about your gratitude for being part of this celebration].

Fondly yours,

(Aunt/Uncle) (Your name)

Final Thoughts

As mentioned above, dedicating a letter to your niece on her wedding day is a beautiful way of reaching out to her at a stressful, magnificent time. In doing so, you reassure her that she has your support and love.

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