Typically, wedding rings are worn on the left hand. This tradition started with the ancient Egyptians, who believed that a very delicate vein ran from the third finger on the left hand straight to the heart. More »

In the United States, women usually wear their wedding rings on their left hands. This varies by area and culture — for example, in part of Europe, the wedding ring is worn on the right hand. More »

The groom wears the wedding ring on the left hand, just like the bride. Some people think this tradition derived from a Roman belief. More »

The most traditional way to wear a wedding and engagement ring set is to wear both rings on the third finger of the left hand. It is left to personal preference whether the engagement ring or the wedding ring goes on the... More »

A wedding ring goes on the finger closest to the pinky on the left hand. One legend says that the Romans originated this tradition, as they believed a vein went from the ring finger to the heart. More »

The groom wears the wedding ring on the left hand, just like the bride. Some people think this tradition derived from a Roman belief. More »

Traditionally, a person's wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger on the left hand. This finger is called the ring finger for this reason. More »

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