If You Wear Rings on Different Fingers, It Says a Lot About You
Which finger is your engagement ring finger?
As a bride you want as many options as possible for every aspect of your wedding, from your wedding dress and wedding shoes to your wedding decor and cuisine. And of course you want those same options for your engagement ring.
You want to make a statement with your engagement ring, but the traditional diamond engagement ring is not your style. You want an engagement ring that is both gorgeous and totally unique. If that describes the type of bride that you are, then take a look at these dazzling non-diamond engagement rings that sparkle just as bright as diamonds
Now that you have your engagement ring, which finger will you wear it on? Trends are changing and the old traditional way of wearing your engagement ring is no longer the only acceptable way.
Learn how to determine which finger is your engagement ring finger, at Ritani:
Traditionally, women wore engagement rings on the third finger of their left hand (next to the pinky). This is because, in a world before medical science, people believed that there was a vein that traveled right to the heart from that finger. A wedding ring worn on this finger is therefore symbolic of romantic love.
In Western culture, this practice was first adopted during Roman wedding ceremonies, and continued through the centuries. However, in many countries around the world, it is tradition to wear a wedding band on your right hand. This practice is beginning to become more popular in the USA, UK, and Canada. Despite wedding rings not being strictly traditional in Indian culture, men often wear them on their right hands, while women wear them on the left.
Although engagement rings and wedding bands are steeped in ritual and tradition, it is becoming more and more acceptable to make a personal decision about how to wear your own. Some, of course, choose not to wear rings at all. Some make the decision based on which hand is their dominant. By wearing the ring on the other hand, they feel, it is less likely to get damaged or uncomfortable.
Video: Origins: Why does the wedding ring go on our left hand?
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