Post # 1
- Wedding: June 2015 - Holly Hedge Estate
Not sure what is traditional as far as wearing e-rings during the ceremony? I am leaning towards wearing mine on the right hand during ceremony then switching it onto left hand afterwards.
This topic was modified 6 years ago by SweetBeets.
Post # 2
Traditionally the wedding ring is worn closest to the heart. To make that easy, the engagement ring is moved to the right hand before the ceremony, and back to the left after the wedding ring is given.
Post # 3
I am wearing my grandmother’s ring as a RHR, so I will have my e-ring on its normal finger. After the ceremony, I will switch my e-ring and wedding band so that the band is below the e-ring, not on top where it is placed in the ceremony.
Post # 4
I put my ering in a box that my neice held. After the ceremony I put it on.
Post # 5
I wore my Ering the whole day. How could I part with it? lol
My husband took it off and put on both rings together cuz he has mad skillz.
(lol. We practiced)
Post # 6
I wore my mum’s wedding ring as a RHR on the day. I gave my e-ring to my dad for safe keeping and after the ceremony put it back on.
Post # 7
I am leaving my ring on and then will have him put the wedding band on and switch IT later. I wear other family rings on my right hand so don’t want to remove those or go without my ering. I can’t figure out why people are so stuck on removing your ering during the ceremony!
Post # 8
My right ring finger is a whole size bigger than my left so that isn’t an option for me. I plan on not wearing my e ring during the ceremony then putting it on after. I really don’t think it matters though. Just do it how you want.
Post # 9
I wore my engagement ring as normal then after I had walked down the aisle and we sung our first song I handed the ring over to DH to look after (we have this thing where if I take off my ring and he is around he puts it on his little finger for safe keeping) and then after we were married and exchanged rings I asked for it back later in the ceremony so it was sitting on top of my wedding ring as I wear them usually.