It is important to know how to wear your wedding ring and engagement ring together once the wedding has taken place. Remove your engagement ring and wear it on your right hand on the day of the wedding. This makes it easier to accept your wedding ring from the groom during the ceremony. The ring may be moved once the ceremony is over if the bride chooses to wear her rings together.
- Together There are several acceptable options for wearing your wedding ring and engagement ring. Most women wear their wedding ring and engagement ring together on the ring fingers of their left hands. The wedding ring should be placed first, closest to the heart. The engagement ring should be placed next, butted up right net to the wedding ring.
- Separate Some women choose to wear their wedding ring and engagement ring on separate hands. This may be because both rings are ornate and deserve attention. In this case, the wedding ring should be placed on the left hand ring finger while the engagement ring is placed on the right hand ring finger.
- Originality Finally, some women choose to wear their wedding ring and engagement ring in entirely different ways. Some choose to have her engagement ring placed on a necklace or have the stone made into another piece of jewelry entirely once she have received their wedding ring. Other women may choose not to wear her engagement ring at all once the ceremony has taken place and will save the ring to pass down to her own child.
There is no right or wrong way to wear your wedding ring and engagement ring, just ways that are common among married women.
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