@smog_jewelry, Tomislav Marcijuš
Showing individuality and authenticity is the main wedding trend of recent years. And if you like the idea to express your personality and the personality of the groom through decor, music, food, and outfits, then you may want to show the couple's personality on another level and engrave your wedding rings.
When it comes to engraving, the names of the bride and groom, your wedding date or romantic phrases like ‘I love you’ and ‘Together Forever’ are the most popular and obvious choices. There is nothing wrong with that, but if you root for individuality in everything, then you probably want to engrave something more interesting. Here are our ideas.
— your childhood nicknames
— your groom’s pick up line or first phrases you said to each other when you met for the first time
— geographical coordinates of the place of your first date / proposal
— a beautiful phrase from your vow
— how you texted each other the first time
— the words of the song you heard during a special moment (first date, first kiss, first trip together, etc.)
— phrase from the first movie you watched together
— the date when you first said ‘I love you’
— your surname
Here is a simple idea of how to make an engraving really special — just keep it only between you two. As does, for example, Queen Elizabeth II. It is known that there is an engraving on her wedding ring, which she has been wearing since her wedding with Prince Philip. But only three people know what is written on the inside of the ring: Philip himself, Elizabeth and the one who made the engravement. Seems romantic!
Other suggestions without words:
— symbolic drawing
— your fingerprints
— your monogram
— your favorite emoji
Romantic phrases from you favourite movie:
— After all this time? // Always (Snape and Lily in ‘Harry Potter’)
— I love you // I know (Leia and Han Solo in ‘Star Wars’)
— Moon of my life // My sun and stars (Daenris and Drogo in ‘Game of Thrones’)
@olovo_wedding_rings, Elisabetta Marzetti