10+ Facts About Wedding Rings That You Didn’t Know
- Wedding rings with blue stones are thought to promote a long and happy marriage since blue symbolises faithfulness and sincerity.
- Palladium has recently surpassed gold and platinum as the most popular metal among brides-to-be due to its affordability.
- Serpents with ruby eyes were very popular in wedding rings of Victorian England because the coils of the snake symbolised eternal love.
- Diamonds made a debut in wedding rings or bands around 1500.
- The earliest wedding rings were made with papyrus as braids.
- The tradition of both men and women wearing wedding rings began around World War II when men wore it in memory of their wife back home.
- Wedding rings are mapped back to Ancient Egypt.
- Most people wear their wedding ring on the fourth finger of their left hand because of the popular belief that the finger contains Vena Amoris, the vein that goes directly to the heart.
- The most popular metal for wedding rings internationally is white gold; followed by Platinum.
- The most common phrase engraved on a wedding ring is the groom’s name.
- Presenting your wife with a precious metal on the wedding day is considered as financial stability for the man to support his wife henceforth.
- Wedding rings are traditionally made of gold because it’s considered as the purest and most valuable metal.
That’s all about the unexplored facts about wedding rings. Feel free to share your inputs related to the blog below in the comments.
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