Engraving Ideas for Love

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Engraving Ideas for Love
Engrave a message of love on a ring. (a ring image by Allyson Ricketts from Fotolia.com)

When you need to express your love to someone, do it in a way that's less fleeting than whispering sweet nothings into the ear of your object of affection -- or writing it down on a card that may soon find its way to the back of a drawer or the trash. Engrave your indelible message of love on an object, such as a piece of jewellery, and present it to your beloved.


Engrave a message about how much you love your significant other on the inner side of a ring. For example, engrave "My soul mate," "Only You," or "Forever." You could also put the date when you first met, or of your first kiss, or your anniversary. Keep the message short, because there's not a lot of room.


Because a bracelet has more surface area than a ring, you have more room to engrave a longer message, such as "I want to hold your hand," "The moment I saw you," or "Our own little world." A phrase from your favourite romantic poetry makes a nice choice. For example, you could use, "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways," by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.


Every time your beloved picks up her wristwatch to put it on, she'll see your engraved message and be reminded of your love. Expand on ideas of love and time with your message, such as, "Our love will last forever," "I will always love you," or "Our love is eternal."


Buy an iPod from the Apple Store for someone you love, and order it with a free personal laser engraving on the back. For example, you could engrave, "Will You Marry Me" and present it to your intended. The iPod will be a special reminder of the day you decided to spend the rest of your lives together. Other love message ideas to engrave on the iPod are, "You're #1 on My Playlist," "We make the perfect duet," and "We make beautiful music together."

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