Post # 1
I am thinking about having a romantic little saying engraved on the inside of my fiance’s ring…I thought it would be adorable to do it as a surprise for him 🙂
Has anybody done this or have any cute ideas? I was watching a show a few days ago and the bride had the groom’s ring engraved with "put back on!" lol. Thought that was hilarious!
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
Post # 3
We are going to write what we want in each others rings and not look until after the wedding. I think it will be fun! I think I’m going to going with something simple & sweet though. I haven’t quite decided on what though… I need to start thinking!!
Post # 4
We’re planning on having the same thing engraved in both of our rings. We’re looking for estate rings, so I’m not sure if it will work out, but ideally we’ll put "Yes I said yes I will Yes." (He proposed with a card with a quote from the end of Joyce’s Ulysses.)
So, that’s pretty specific, and probably not helpful, but is there some really sweet quote that’s important to the two of you? Something either one of you said when you first started dating or when you got engaged?
Post # 5
I had "I cross my heart – 6.20.09" in mind. (Wedding song & date). But I’m so unsure. Can’t wait to hear other ideas.
Post # 6
We’re getting him a new ring because his original came back XX-YB 07 1809… It was supposed to be 07-18-09 with my initials and his. My initials were close, but wrong as well. We were trying to get it like my great aunts which said "AB to RD 10-20-35". He’ll use the messed up one as his everyday ring and the new one as his "nice" ring. I don’t know why, but that engraving error cracks me up!
Post # 7
Well DG that simply ups its price making it a "vintage" ring since its date is "1809"! Lol!
Not sure what I’ll want inside, but will come up with something soon. Been actually thinking about this one.
Post # 8
I’ve been thinking about this one too, and hope I can come up with something brilliant…
Post # 9
I’m thinking "to my cricket, love always." nothing too creative, but "cricket" is my nickname for mr. V ever since i was trying to take a nap on vacation in our early-dating days, but was having a hard time because it was TOO quiet. he started making chirping noises like a cricket so i could fall asleep. random, but possibly the cutest thing in the world. and he’s been "cricket" ever since!
Post # 10
Thanks so much for all the good suggestions!
Jeska June20– I like the idea of putting something related to our song! Thats a cute one!
mrsv2bee– Thats adorable! We have nicknames with some silly stories behind them too..also a great idea!
The best part about all of these ideas is that they have special meaning to you as a couple 🙂
Keep the ideas coming ladies!
Post # 11
I think the "put back on" idea is hysterical! I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately as well and I’m leaning towards doing "from (my initials) to (his initials), I’m Yours, wedding date"
I’m walking down the aisle to the acoustic version of I’m Yours by Jason Mraz, and we’ve been listening to that song together for years. It’s simple but I think it sums everything up nicely.
Post # 12
I love this idea! I hadn’t really thought about it, but it carries so much emotion. My parents have called each other bebe (pronounced Bee-bee) as long as they have been together and 37 years later they both have that and their wedding date in their rings. So sweet. 🙂 I’ll have to come up with something
Post # 13
I had "Forever & Ever, Amen" and our wedding date engraved in my husband’s wedding ring and he had "Babydoll’ (my nickname)engraved in mine and our wedding date. We didn’t share until our wedding day and it is such a special touch!
Post # 14
our cake song is "I got you, babe" … we call each other babe all the time so that could be cute as well, and fitting. Just throwing out another idea.
Post # 15
@mrsv2bee – that is really cute 🙂
I wanted to do "to infinity and beyond" but husband didn’t want it so we didn’t do anything.
Post # 16
The first time we met was at a college football game, so we are putting the score and date of the game inside both our rings.