With the wedding date right around the corner, it is time to think about what to engrave on her wedding ring. She will more than likely have the ring for the rest of her life, so you need to engrave something with meaning and that will keep that same meaning for several years to come. It might also end up being past down to upcoming generations, so you need to think about how they might interpret what is engraved. Here are some tips on what to engrave on her wedding ring:
- Engrave her new initials on the wedding ring. This is a way to invite her to share your last name. The two of you will now be a family and she might be proud of her new name and husband. Engraving you name will also be a way to remind her that she will always be with you.
- Remind her of a special saying between the two of you that can last a lifetime. Maybe the two of you tell each other that you love each other in a special way, you can engrave the special saying on the ring. Maybe the both of you have share something that both makes you smile, this also would be a great thing to engrave on a wedding ring.
- A place of significance makes a great memory. Whether you met at a special place or have a special place that you like to go together where you have made some memories. By engraving the name of the place on her wedding ring she will always be reminded of that special place and it will always be with her.
- A simple love statement will do the trick. If you can't come up with anything, just by simply stating you love her on the ring will be a success. A lot of men don't go through the hassle of engraving anything on a wedding ring, so by simply doing this tells her that she means a lot and you will go out of your way to do something special for her.
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