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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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 »

Engagement and wedding rings are traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand in many Western cultures, including the United States and much of Europe. In India, Spain, Peru, Norway and Denmark, couples wear ... 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 »

According to American etiquette experts, the bride's wedding ring is worn on her left-hand ring finger first, with her engagement ring placed on top of it. 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 »

For a wedding, the groom traditionally is responsible for the marriage license, fees of the person that officiates, the bridal bouquet, bride's wedding ring, gift for the bride and boutonnieres and gifts for his groomsme... More »