Jewels are a girl’s best friend, they say. When it comes to engagement rings, there is really nothing better than a large single diamond, ruby, or other jewels sitting atop in a gold band. Jewels, jewels, jewels – that is the key. The larger the stone, the greater the carat quality, the better!
When it comes to wedding rings, however, it is a completely different story. The single diamond is not the only option for the gold wedding band, which is the fingerprint for one’s enduring love for one another. The engraving or lasering of the adoration that started with the initial dating through the engagement to the final commitment of the wedding with the resultant source of much future admiration is another option.
Decorate your ring made of elegant brilliant diamonds with a specially engraved message on the inside of the ring. You put either the free writing of a love poem sourced by either party for the love of their lives or a date with a special significance for the couple involved that will be a source of much reflection in the years to come.
The engraving on the inside of the wedding ring should create an image for the couple that they are not likely to forget in a hurry. But it is much more romantic if the engraving is featured on both rings. It is a good idea for fingerprint engraved wedding rings to be individually designed to increase the authenticity of the finished article.
Several couples are known to have etched the date of their wedding on the inside of each ring. Other even – space allowing – have their names linked by a special symbol such as a heart or interlinked arrows. The date is always relevant in years to come, when these same rings are handed down to future generations. As has been done in the past, recipients of these rings have resorted to restyling the rings to suite modern tastes. That said, the more complicated the wording on the inside or even the design, taking into account diamonds festooned on the outside, this just makes it more difficult, if not impossible, to redesign the wedding rings for future generations.
There will be no false dawns if the couple settle for machine lasered wording or put dates on their rings. But it will be much more impressive, not to say romantic, to have a free piece of writing that will involve sentiments of each of the couple that they will put on their rings. They may put the words used in their vows to each other. Or take it from a quote in a love poem from one of the giants of the literary world. They can choose Tennyson or Shelley or even a few immortal words in a love sonnet by the greatest of them all: William Shakespeare.
Just to reiterate words for finger engraved wedding rings:
- Date of the wedding.
- Church for the wedding.
- Date the couple first met
- Location where the couple first met.
- Names of the bride and groom.
- Names and dates of birth of the bride and groom.
- Love symbol such as a heart.
- Words from a love poem by Tennyson.
- Words from a love poem by Shelley.
- Part of a love sonnet by William Shakespeare
Talking of Shakespeare, would something contained within the lines of the Bard’s immortal words “Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments. Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds or bends with the remover to remove. O no, it is an ever fixed mark that looks on the tempests and is never shaken” not suffice? Difficult to get that engraved into the inside of your ring, I think!