Never to Part……Engraved on my Heart
By Tiffany Moore , Tuesday, September 08, 2015
When you ask someone to marry you, there’s clearly some doubt as to whether or not they will give you the magic answer that you have been waiting for.
Offering your heart to someone is offering someone one of the most precious gifts you can. To consider sharing your life with someone is one of the most primal instincts we have. Any wonder then that the symbol of marriage of an unbroken circle was chosen to represent eternity?
If you are considering asking someone to marry you, it is likely that the first hurdle to overcome will be their answer. Though, wouldn’t it be nice, that asides from focusing on just the answer, you concentrate on what getting married will actually mean to you both.
Many people in Houston are now searching for wedding rings in Houston to represent their very own unique style. It is becoming increasingly popular in Houston jewelry to engrave a personalized inscription on the wedding band itself. This can turn a simple wedding band into something entirely unique between you and your loved one.
Inscriptions can be invisible to the human eye, inscribed with laser technology and must then be viewed with a magnifying glass. A number of ideas include Latin phrases such as “Amor Vincit Omnia” – “Love Conquers All”, or “Deus Nos Iunxit”- “God Joined us”, or in Italian “Vivo per lei”, “I live for her”; or for those who worry they’ll forget, just a simple date.
Either way, your wedding rings are probably as, if not more important than the engagement ring. After all, once the wedding ring is finally placed on the finger of the left hand, your love and commitment for each other is there for the whole world to see. However, the tiny inscription which you’ve decided upon is a very personal message shared just between the two of you. How special, to know that there, on the inside of your wedding band is a truly unique and personal message, almost like a secret you share.
Another beautiful idea is to purchase a bridal set of rings which intertwine and can include a set of two or three rings such as an eternity ring, engagement ring and wedding ring. Or you could choose a double channel diamond ring that goes either side of the wedding ring, or a more intricate sculpted diamond encrusted half eternity ring.
Sometimes, matching wedding rings aren’t for everyone, be sure to bear in mind your lifestyle and the jobs that you do, as these could also influence the style and design of your wedding ring. Choice of metal is also a key consideration for many people. For some the only choice is gold, or a variation of rose gold. However, many also prefer platinum as a classic alternative.
Regardless of how you plan to propose, it’s important to remember that your wedding ring will always represent the love you share with your special significant other. So if you have a message for your loved one engraved on your heart, why not engrave it on your wedding ring and let it be a permanent unique reminder of that special day that has marked the start of the rest of your lives …together.
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