Post # 1
Soo FI and I are filling out the paper for our day of coordinator and pastor with information about our wedding! (most of which will be used for day of coordinating and ceremony programs!!
Now here is where I am dumb founded (I would e-mail/call and ask but both pastor and day of coordinator are OOT for a few days! and I am curious now!!)
In one part there is a question asking if it will be a “Double Ring ceremony?”….now I dont want to sound dumb or nieve but I tried googling it, and I got mixed awnsers, (everything from its where we both exchange rings, its for someone with 2 wedding bands, for people who have been divorced, that it is a Jewish tradition?(we are methodist and catholic ceremony in methodist church soo I am 99% sure the last one isnt it)
I assumed it was the we both exchange ring awnser…but then I thought, well every wedding I had been in/to they had exchanged rings and I had never heard it called that, so is it not part of the normal ceremony? Is it like an extra deal to do rings???
I am genuinly curious now!!
Post # 3
I would interpret it to mean that your FI gives you a ring, and you one to him… Perhaps I’m wrong?!
Post # 4
It definitely means that the two of you will be exchanging rings.
Post # 5
I think it’s just he give you a ring and you give him one. Sometimes one partner doesn’t want a ring, so maybe they just wanted to be clear?
Post # 6
Means you each give/get rings. In some ooolld ceremonies, only the guy would give the ring.
Post # 7
ok thank you for the awnsers ladies!! That is what I thought….but I just wanted to be sure! I was truely getting some bizzare awnsers on my google search!!
Post # 8
Yes, as other pps have said, it means you plan to give each other a ring at the ceremony. “Double Ring” meaning two rings, one for each of you.
Also, I hate to come across as pedantic but it’s “answers” you’ve been looking for. Not awnsers!
Post # 9
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@kansas_nurse: A double ring ceremony means you get a ring and your husband gets a ring. Many cultures only use one ring for the wife.