Post # 1
I am giving a silver tie clip to my hubby and engrave it with a message.
-“love you loads” would it be too childish when he is an older man? Like I said, it is a nice silver gift, which I hope he keeps for a long time
-“love you so much” humm… dont know
-“love you always” is it good grammar?…
Post # 2
ccc_red: Which of the three (if any) do you say to him?
Post # 3
I think it’s nice to keep it simple. Maybe your wedding day, or “With my love”. If you’re looking for more ideas, maybe a song lyric, like “You know I believe” from the Beatle’s Something.
Or you always go full on Victorian poetry with “This, and my heart beside” or “To the depth and breadth and height”. Really, it’s the thought that counts so whatever you write is awesome.
Post # 4
Perhaps, just “Love Always”? We’re getting my FIs engagement watch engraved with “Love Forever” and the date of our wedding. I like the PPs idea of “With my love…” too.
Post # 5
I got “Love Always” engraved on a watch for DH. I agree that keeping it simple is best.
Post # 6
I would use a phrase that you say to him
for me, I would use
“I love you whole bunches’ – bad grammar, kinda childish, but it’s one of those things