Some Bible love verses relating to couples are 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, Genesis 29:20, Proverbs 15:17 and Proverbs 30:18-19. Another Bible love verse relating to couples is Ephesians 5:25, which mentions how a man should love his wife just as God loved the church.
1 Corinthians 13:4-8 lists several characteristics of Christian love, including that love is not envious of the other person and that love does not boast. The verses say that love does not keep score of the other person's wrongdoings. In a loving relationship, each person is honest with the other. Finally, the verses say that love lasts forever.
Genesis 29:20 mentions how Jacob worked for seven years in order to receive Rachel as his bride. The verses say that even though Jacob worked seven years, he loved Rachel so much that the seven years seemed like only seven days. Similarly, Proverbs 15:17 says that eating vegetables with someone you love is better than eating steak with someone you hate.
In Proverbs 30:18-19, the writer gives a list of several things that he doesn't understand, such as how an eagle flies through the sky, and then concludes that he doesn't understand how a man loves a woman.
Ephesians 5:25 instructs a man to love his wife. The verse points out that God loves the church and that a man should seek to model his love for his wife after God's love for the church. Later in the book of Ephesians, the writer says that a person must love his wife as much as he loves himself, and that his wife should respect her husband in return.