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The Rings

With this ring, I thee Wed....

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Wedding rings on a cribbage board kept in the clubhouse

Wedding rings on a cribbage board kept in the clubhouse

Red Barn Outlook Farms Wedding JK 101

The wedding rings on the bride's bouquet at the Red Barn in South Berwick

The wedding rings on the bride's bouquet at the Red Barn in South Berwick

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Image Courtesy Focus Photography

Image Courtesy Focus Photography

Wedding rings

 Wedding rings

Wedding rings

wedding rings at wentworth by sea

Same design - different golds.  Michael likes White Gold, and John chose Rose Gold.

Same design - different golds. Michael likes White Gold, and John chose Rose Gold.

rings and fingers

Tell us about the proposal

Tell us about the proposal

The Symbols Of Forever

No wedding day symbol is more powerful than the rings you exchange. The rings are emblems of love through time, their shape having no beginning and no end, a metaphor for love.

Instead of saying ‘no beginning and no end’ you could say that it’s the same thing, over and over again, and round and round, but that would be, as they say in New England, wicked cynical. 

Historians say that the ancient Egyptians started exchanging rings about 3,000 years ago, making these symbol of devotion and an agreement between two parties to love and cherish one another for the rest of their days.

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