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Symbolization Of Wedding And Engagement Rings

Symbolization Of Wedding And Engagement Rings

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No one can deny that marriage is one of the most beautiful things in the entire world. After all, the union of two people who are dedicating their entire lives to one and other is something that should be forever cherished. Because of this, the importance of engagement rings and wedding rings should never be overlooked or disregarded. After all, these two precious pieces of jewelry are a direct symbolization of the love shared between the two people and their promises to one and other. Read on to discover everything you need to know about them.

An engagement ring marks the initial proposal from the man to the woman and is the first declaration of the love shared. On the other hand, the wedding ring solidifies the union between the two people and eternalizes the love shared. This symbolization is something that has been constant for many years now. Wedding rings have signified love since ancient times. 

The true symbolization lies within the design of the ring. There are certain qualities of engagement and wedding bands that lend them perfectly to the beauty of love. For instance, the unbroken circle of a ring – this showcases how the couple has declared their undying love for one and other. The relationship and the bond is one that is to last for an eternity. Furthermore, the roundness is symbolic of how the two people come together to make one and other complete. There is a feeling of wholeness. 

Of course, you can choose to further enhance the meaning associated with the engagement ring and wedding band you purchase. After all, with the boom in popularity of custom made rings, you can choose to have your very own symbols incorporated into the ring. There are lots of great custom jewelers today, and you can read more about one here: yourdiamondguru.com/reviews/blue-nile/. It could be something as simple as a heart-shaped diamond for your engagement ring. Or you could have the date you first met engraved on your wedding ring. Alternatively, you could opt for something that is completely unique to you and your partner’s relationship. 

When buying both rings it is important that you consider them as one piece, rather than a separate engagement ring and a separate wedding band. After all, they are going to be worn together and therefore they will effectively become one symbol and one piece of jewelry. Therefore, when purchasing your wedding ring you need to ensure that it looks great against your engagement band. Most people tend to opt for a simplistic wedding ring and a more elaborate engagement band for this reason. 

Nevertheless, there is no denying that the combination of both kinds of rings can prove to be a bit tricky to the untrained eye. This is why it is important to make sure that you choose a jeweler with care. You need someone with a lot of experience who is going to be able to create the perfect rings for you.

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Getting Married Soon? Don’t Forget The Wedding Ring

Getting Married Soon? Don’t Forget The Wedding Ring

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Before getting married, there is so much to think about. If you are (or have been) in this fortunate position, you will know what we mean. You need to choose the right venue, decide on your bridal style, and pick your honeymoon destination, as examples. There is much to do, and in amongst your wedding checklist, there is one very crucial part that no woman (or man) should forget. The wedding ring. Here are some of the factors you need to consider.

 

  • Your personal style. There are many beautiful rings to choose from, but you need to narrow down your choices to make buying something easier. One of the ways to do this is to consider the personal style you are going for. Do you want something simple, or are you looking for something with embellishments? Does a particular gemstone take your fancy, or do you prefer something less showy? Do you want to match your engagement ring, or do you want to mix things up a little? You will (hopefully) be wearing your ring for life, so you do want to find something that you will be happy wearing for many years to come. Consider your choices, and find something that will fit your style (and finger) perfectly.

 

  • Your budget. Weddings are notoriously expensive, and a percentage of your budget will be going on your wedding ring. While you don’t want something that looks like it came out of a Christmas cracker, you don’t want something that is going to cause you bankruptcy, either. The wedding band is one thing to consider, but then there are the embellishments, such as added gemstones and engravings. The price will go up accordingly, so factor extras into your budget. When it comes to gemstones, diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but you may want to choose a cheaper gemstone, such as an amethyst or a sapphire. When it comes to the personalised engraving, each letter will add to the price, so you may prefer your initials rather than your name, especially if your moniker is a long one! Know your budget and stick to it!

 

  • Your lifestyle. You will be wearing your ring every day, so you do need to choose something that won’t get in the way of your life. Rather than taking it off, and risking losing your precious ring, you should purchase something that will seamlessly fit within your lifestyle. You might want to consider platinum and silicone rings, as examples. Both are durable and safe to wear, no matter what activity you are involved in. Choosing something without gemstones is another good choice, especially if the stones are in danger of coming loose if you use your hands regularly for sport or work. You don’t need to forsake style for comfort, so shop around for something that will accommodate your needs, day in and day out.

 

  • Your finger size. To say you need a ring that fits your finger is a no-brainer. However, you should schedule your ring fitting at the right time. The temperature can cause your fingers to swell, as can other external factors, such as weight gain and exercise. So get your ring fitted when your fingers are at their regular size. Take heed of the jeweler’s advice too, letting your head rule over your heart when looking for a ring that fits. If mistakes are made, you can always go back to make adjustments later, although depending on your jeweler, you may have to pay for them.

After considering these factors before buying, there is one more thing to remember after purchase. The wedding day itself! Don’t let the page boy/best man forget the rings on the big day! If you are getting married soon, we hope you have a fantastic day, and that the partner you have chosen fits you as perfectly as your ring does! Take care, and thanks for reading.

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