Wedding Rings: Picking The Right One
Wedding rings are part of the institution of marriage. The underscores of every wedding ceremony, wedding rings represent a couple’s vow of remaining trustworthy and faithful to each other all the time of their lives. Wedding rings were used as far back as the time of ancient time, when Egyptians make rings from reeds (and other plants that grow on the Nile River) for couples to exchange, representing their everlasting love for each other.
Today, traditional types of wedding rings are those that made of precious metals that are normally worn on the ring finger of the left hand. This custom stemmed out from the conviction that the blood from the ring finger of the left-hand goes directly to the heart. Nevertheless, medical science has already rebutted this statement with their finding of how the circulatory system works, and even if the practice of wearing the ring on the ring finger of the left hand still reigns, some people now choose to wear their wedding rings on their right hand.