Whether ring is necessary for a wedding

@IngramWu (194)
China
March 5, 2009 8:36pm CST
Every girl dreams to be the most beautiful bride, dreams the moment her groom wears the ring for her. but I don't think ring is necessary for a wedding. it is no any business with love or not. Dear friends, how do think about it?
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8 responses
• United States
9 Mar 09
me and my hubby dont wear wedding rings but for the wedding i would think it would be odd to leave the ring exchange out but im sure a lot of people have worked around it to not have it before
@SomeCowgirl (32266)
• United States
7 Mar 09
I do not think that it is necessary in all weddings, and I am sure that some don't even use the ring but may use something else. I think that it depends on culture and religion whether one may or may not, but then it might also depend on the finances that are set aside for the wedding.
• China
6 Mar 09
I get married to my best lover without ring, Aughough it is,i always want to by ring for my wife! I think it is important for someone to get married.
@gxyywhyzy (450)
• China
6 Mar 09
it is necessary for me as a bride to been given a ring from my groom.it is the symoble of the marriage. whatever expencive or cheap,it has special meanings as love,respect,formal and so on. as a wife,i shoud cherish my precious ring.for some reasons,i don't like wearing ring.up to now ,it has still slept in the red little box.but,if my husband didn't buy it for me,i would be very angry or not marry to him.
• United States
6 Mar 09
Although the ring is supposed to symbolize the eternity of the bond, in the end it really is just an object. I rarely wear my wedding rings. I like to keep them in a safe place and if I'm just hanging out at home, there is no sense in worrying with them. I do try to remember to put them on when I go out though.
• India
6 Mar 09
hai, i don t think so hat there is a connection with love but i wanna tell u that as per tradition girls emotions r attached to this ring ceremony,they feel something special .
@Yori88 (1468)
• Philippines
6 Mar 09
I think ring is a symbol of love. And everlasting love that is why people do use it a one of the things a couple needs in a marriage ceremony. I am married for half a year now but it was a civil wedding so I have not experienced to have a church wedding yet. My husband and I are planning to have a church wedding soon as we have a good budget for that. In our case since it is crisis times and everything requires money, we just bought a not so expensive ring. After several use my ring finger got irritated and itchy. His ring finger has always a dark circle mark whenever he removes his ring. So we both decided not to wear the ring when we are at home. When we go out that is the only time we use it. I do not believe that once you get married you should no longer be removing the ring. Since we have problems with the ring then we removed it. We just use it because we want the public to know that we are married and we love each other so much. But it does not really mean that the ring itself is the proof of love but it is just a physical symbol. What I mean is like an identity like an ID. Get what I mean? It is not based on whether you wear it you love your partner or if you don't wear it you hate your partner. To my surprise we have a lot of small dreams that are coming into reality every month. The ring may not have anything to do with that but at least I have found out that there is no wrong removing the ring in your finger like what old people say.
• United States
6 Mar 09
The rings my husband and I have cost less than $160 together. A ring is a symbol of everlasting love. The circle has no begining and no end, I like that thought when it comes to the love I have for my husband: No end. A circle is also very strong because of how pressure is distributed. It is not neccesary, but it is a great symbol and does not have to be expensive.