Aggie Lala. engagement rings. July 25th , 2017.
If you get the itch to make new jewelry from old, I can attest to the fact that you will love the new piece you create. There is nothing like making your own beautiful ring from your own old jewelry. It is new and old at the same time. The sentimental attachment you had for your old jewelry will still remain the same. It will just be brand new in a customized for you way.
So now you have the license and the venue the planning begins. Options for weddings include hiring a wedding planner or you; your family and your intended can do all the planning yourselves. As a bride you'll need to pick your maid of honor and bride's maids. As the groom you will need to pick your groomsmen and best man. Your groomsmen can also be your ushers if you wish or you can choose other people to perform this duty.
Yellow, white or rose, which one do you like the most? Yes! You get colour choices in the band you select for your ring. So, if you like bright white colour then chances are that you may fall for platinum, and if you wear a lot of gold then you will like nothing but the yellow gold and then there is also rose gold which has a bit of reddishness in it. Your band can completely enhance or degrade the look of your ring, hence choose the one that adorns your skin and looks beautiful on your finger.
The story goes that a smitten Austrian, Archduke Maximilian I of Habsburg, started it all on August 17th, 1477. Princess Mary of Burgundy, the Archduke's betrothed, was the first girl to receive a diamond ring to celebrate an engagement. He proposed marriage and placed the engagement ring on the fourth finger (or ring finger) of her left hand. This placement of the ring dates back to the Romans who believed that the "vein of love" or vena amoris began at the tip of the ring finger and flowed directly to the heart. And so began the tradition of not only the engagement ring, but also that it be worn on a specific finger.
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