Wedding Ring Inscriptions ?
Q: What is the custom in Britain as far as wedding ring
engravings/inscriptions are concerned?
And in the U.S.?
A:I can't say what the tradition is in Britain, but as far as I know, the U.S. thing to do is engrave Brides/Grooms initials and wedding date. Inscriptions usually go along the lines of "Forever in Love" or "Always". I didn't go for that myself, seeing as how I doubt I'll forget our initials or our date, plus I wanted something more personalized. Jeff and I play a little game - when one says "I love you", the other responds "I love you more". It is then the responsibility of the other person to advidly deny this in any way possible, and say they love the other more than that. I chose to have the inscription "I love YOU more" put on his ring to remind him that our relationship is based primarily on love, secondly, on laughter, with a tad bit of friendly competition thrown in. My advice is to pick an inscription that means something to you as a couple, an understanding of what your relationship means. The more personalized the saying, the more it will be cherished.
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