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Promise Rings For Couples - A Symbol With a LOT OF IMPORTANCE

A wedding is an occasion filled with symbols and traditions. Certain ancient traditions have been lost or forgotten through time. Some remain solidly rooted in the solemn rituals of marriage.

The exchange of wedding bands is one of the most emotional and significant events in the wedding.

In a handshake The two spouses vow each other an eternal love before friends and family and swear their vows by gifting each another rings.

What meaning is behind these golden rings, then? Why is this moment so full of meaning?


Faith is derived from the Latin word "fidem" which translates to "trust". The etymological meaning speaks for itself. The wedding ring represents the essence of marriage. When the rings are exchanged the couple swear to each one another that they will be respectful, loving and value.

Even the oldest civilizations used wedding rings as a symbol for marriage. The barbarians, Egyptians and the Greeks used the wedding ring as a symbol to symbolize the union of faith and love. In Roman times rings made of iron swore the vows of marriage of young couples.

The wedding ring started to take shape and carry the meaning that we see today in the 16th century. At the time wedding rings were made of yellow gold. This metal has always been a sign of eternity in the Catholic faith.


According to the etiquette rules, the groom is required to pay for the wedding rings or give them as a gift by the witnesses. Then they are entrusted to the groom's male witness, who is responsible for transporting them to the venue where the ceremony will be held. It is at this point that the rings on a gorgeous ring pillow are handed over to the bridesmaids and page boys and bridesmaids, who will lead the bride in the wedding parade.

The tradition says it's bad luck for brides to wear rings prior to her wedding ceremony, and to purchase both the wedding band and the engagement ring at once.

Left ring finger

Have you ever wondered why the wedding ring should be worn on the left finger? This tradition has a romantic explanation. According to popular belief, it seems that the so-called "vena amoris" (the vein of love) runs through the left ring finger, beginning with the hand's finger and ending up at the heart.

In reality, the wedding ring can be worn on the left finger everywhere in the world. In some Northern European countries, such as Serbia, Poland and Russia, the wedding rings are worn on the right hand. In England, in the past, wedding rings were placed on the thumb. Even today, in many Latin American countries, wedding rings are always worn on the ring fingers of the right hand.

Wedding rings are a treasure trove of significance, tradition, and ancient beliefs. They are a symbol of promises expectations, traditions, and promises. It is a symbol of pure, sincere love. It's also a living reminder of the promise.


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