It's often a funny part in the movie.
The couple have just said their vows and the officiant asks for the rings. The best man pats down his suit, looks shocked and confused when he realises he doesn't have them. Everyone scurries around looking until a substitute (like a coke can tab or cheezel) is found last minute to replace the ring. Everyone is received and go on to live happily ever after.
Yes, it is funny losing a wedding ring in a movie but not so in real life. Looking after wedding rings, until the moment you cement your vows with a ring, is a big responsibility. It can cause some couples to worry about what they should do. They ask what is the correct way and what do other people do?
Q: Who should look after your rings?
A: Anyone you wish too!
The story of Jonathon and Nadine's morning intimate garden wedding, Timaru
This lovely couple created a beautiful, initimate ceremonial space in a relatively short amount of time. Jonathon and Nadine decided the time was right to marry and thought why wait - I loved their enthusiasm!
Jonathon's parents have the most stunning rural lookout on the outskirts of Timaru, so it was decided this would be the perfect location for them ... and it was. The sky had meandering clouds that created the perfect light to allow talented photographer, Richard Brown of Husky Photography, to capture some amazing photos. The clouds moved away to reveal a spectacular day.
This couple had decided on a morning wedding and it worked out wonderfully.
Don't feel overwhelmed or confused when planning your wedding.
All you need to do is work through what you need to do one step at a time. Here is a simple list of 10 important things you need to work out with your fiancee before you get into the finer details. If you have been married and are not officially divorced please get on to this immediately. Even if you think it may go through quickly it may not be the case. Don't assume. If you aren't divorced you can't get legally married and it is against the law to have a "pretend" wedding.