What should it say in the ring?
Are you planning to engrave a personal message in your wedding ring?
Have you thought about what the message says?
Engrave everything from simple and traditional dates and initials to coded messages that only the bride and groom will understand. Here are some engraving ideas from our customers.
1. Your name and date of marriage.
For the bride and groom who prefer a classic approach, this engraving never goes out of fashion. There should be room for at least your first name, but you can use initials if space is tight. It may not matter to you now, but an engraved name and date can help someone researching their family in the future.
Forever .. simple words with an important meaning.
3. Amor VINCIT Omnia
Latin for “love conquers all”. ” Engrave a message in Latin and make people understand it.
4. Sentence from a song
Anything from “All you need is love” to “I got you, babe.” What lyrics are meaningful to you? Are they short enough to engrave on a wedding ring?
Brides and grooms sometimes engrave each other’s nicknames on their wedding rings.
6. A religious phrase
Choose a part of a phrase or verse that is essential to your religion.
A heart, the symbol of peace, the symbol of eternity – many hand engravers can add a symbol that just suits you.
8. A special phrase
Choose a personal phrase, one that only you and your future spouse understand the meaning of. And there’s no reason why phrases have to match.
9. Phrase from your wedding vows
Engrave a few short words from your wedding vows. Love, respect, trust, eternity – What do you want to convey to each other.
Some couples let their emotions float around the outside of the ring. Also makes a beautiful pattern of the engraving text.
10. Poetry and literature
Words from some special poem or book, sentimental to comic.
Now you have a good start, but before you choose the engraving remember that it is forever!
People are looking for ideas, so share your engravings with us? They can be your own engraving or someone you have seen or an engraving you want to use in the future.