A couple of years ago, I wrote a post titled 5 ways you can keep your rings on your finger during engagement and this is what I found.
It’s been a great conversation starter, so I’m going to share it again.
So what’s the catch?
Here are the five things you need to do. 1.
Use an alternative engagement ring: You’re going to need an alternative ring, but it might not be one you’re comfortable with wearing during an engagement.
A good alternative ring will make your ring feel more natural and feel a little more comfortable on your fingers, which will help you look good.
Choose a good size: You might be wearing a size 10 or 10.5.
That might be the perfect size for you, but there’s no reason to wear a size 6 or 6.5 for an engagement ring.
This will allow you to choose the size that will look best on you and also ensure you’re getting a ring that’s comfortable on both your fingers and wrists.
Choose the right shade: It’s important to know what your ring is going to look like when you put it on.
You’ll want to make sure the shade is bright and has good coverage.
You might also want to consider an alternative color.
Choose an easy-to-access ring button: You’ll probably want to wear your ring button to a wedding ceremony.
When you put on your ring, you’ll want it to be accessible to both your hand and wrist, so you don’t have to put it back on as you go along.
Wear the right bracelet: You can buy bracelet options for your ring from brands like The Ring Company, RingLift and other retailers.
Use a small, medium or large clasp: If you’re buying your ring online, make sure you’re wearing a small or medium clasp.
This is important because a small clasp can have a tendency to slip or slide on your hand or wrist.
Wear a wedding ring ring holder: The perfect ring holder will have an elastic band around the ring to hold it in place and keep it in your hand, so that you don,t have to remove it to wear it. 8.
Wear your engagement ring in the shower: If you’re looking to wear the ring in your shower for an extended period of time, you might want to use a ring holder that has a removable shower curtain or a ring loop for easier storage.
Don’t be afraid to take it off: It’s important for your engagement to be an experience that’s as easy as possible, so if you want to get the engagement ring off, you need it on your person.
You don’t want to accidentally drop it, so don’t be shy to grab it from a towel and pull it off.
Don the ring with your other hand: You might be able to hold your engagement bracelet in your other hands while you’re going through the ceremony.
If that’s the case, make a note of what your other ring holders are like.
Watch out for the ring’s color: If you wear an engagement necklace, make it the same color as your ring.
If you have a ring you’re planning to wear with a tie, make the tie’s color match your engagement’s color.
And, if you wear a ring with a necklace, wear it with your own jewelry or bracelet.
Use the right ring for you: If your ring will fit your finger, make your finger the first thing you do when you look at it, not the last.
If it will look nice on your wrist, make them the last thing you look.
Don your engagement tie: Don’t wear your engagement ties until you get a chance to wear them.
Be smart about choosing your ring color: While you can wear any ring with you at a wedding, you should make sure that you choose the ring that you like the most, not a color that’s hard to see on your wedding ring.
Be safe: Always wear a smart bracelet, tie or ring holder.
Make sure your ring can easily be removed and then put back on. 16.
Avoid making the same mistakes you did when you wore your wedding band: When you wear your wedding bands, you want them to be easy to get on and off, so make sure they don’t slip or fall off.
Keep your ring in a place where you can get it on and it won’t slide or slide off.
Wear earrings and bracelets in the same way: Bracelets and earrings are perfect for a wedding that lasts more than a few hours, so it’s a good idea to wear these things in the exact same way that you wear them at home.
Keep the ring and bracelet together and keep them in