Ideas for a Husband's Wedding Ring Engraving

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Engraving your wedding rings adds both sentimental value and a personal touch. While some couples have their rings engraved with the same biblical verse or a special date, others choose to customise a personal message for each other. If you are wondering what to etch on your husband's ring, the options are plenty, ranging from the romantic and bold to the humorous and religious.

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Sentimental

If you are looking for an engraving that holds sentimental meaning to your husband, choose a date that holds special meaning to your relationship. Some ideas to consider are the day you met, your anniversary or your wedding date. You may choose to incorporate words next to to date as well. For example, "Two hearts become one 2-31-2010" or "You have my heart 2-31-2010." You can also combine your names as a sentimental gesture; for example, "Jane and John Smith 2-31-2010."

Romantic

A romantic engraving is usually a simple love quote that describes the way you feel about your husband. A few ideas to consider are "Today, tomorrow, forever and always," "Love is friendship set on fire," "One unset at a time," "Eternally yours" and "My Love, my life, my friend." Other examples include "To my one true love," "Love endures all things" and "Cross my heart."

Religious

If you're a religious couple, consider engraving a biblical verse that holds special meaning for him. Some appropriate verses include "What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder--Matthew 19:6," "...And they shall become one flesh--Genesis 2:24," and "Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous--1 Corinthians 13."

Many biblical and scripture quotes tend to be long, so you may need a wider ring band to fit all of the words.

Humorous

Put a smile on your husband's face each time he looks at his ring. Humorous engravings are generally not about love. Some examples include "Put it Back on," "You're mine sucker!", "Have you lost it yet?" and "Not for pawning."

Simple

Keep it simple and pick one word that you feel best describes your husband or how you feel about him. Some ideas for a simple ring engraving would be "Soulmate," "Honey," "Forever," "Always," and "Sweetie." Other examples could include "Mine," "Yours" and "Eternity."

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