Wedding Ring Etiquette?

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Wedding ring etiquette is that you wear them on your left hand. Women should also wear their wedding band first with their engagement ring on top. Most couples believe that the rings should be worn at all times.
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Every culture is different. In my wedding, my husband placed the band on my finger. Now, I wear the band first and my engagement ring on top. Peace.
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The correct way to wear wedding rings would be on your left ring finger. The wedding band should go first, being "closest to your heart", then your engagement ring.
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1. Pick up your seating card from the table near the entrance to the reception hall. Move to the correct table. Don't try to change tables with someone else. There's a reason the
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1. Browse through bridal magazines to get ideas. 2. Ask friends and family for recommended jewelers to make your bands. This method is usually less expensive and more personal. 3.
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