The traditional wedding ring has come a long way since it was first invented by the Romans, but many of us are still reluctant to buy a new one.
Here are the best tips for getting married without a ring in 2017.1.
Get married in a small town2.
Find a local church3.
Get a new ring4.
Find someone who can help you get married5.
Get tested to make sure you’re safe1.
Find out who your local wedding rings are.
In 2017, more than 70% of wedding venues around the world will require you to prove your marriage is valid to the ceremony.2.
Make sure you get the right size ring for the occasion.
You may need to get an extra 1mm or 2mm for your ring size.
Make your wedding a custom one.3.
Find an officiant with experience in small weddings.4.
Know how to get the ring on your finger and wear it.5.
Buy a ring that fits your finger, but isn’t too big.
The ring should fit comfortably in your hand.6.
Know your requirements for getting your ring legally married.
There are a few different types of marriage licenses, and each one has different requirements for people to get married in.
These can include: the requirements for marriage itself, such as marriage on the spot or the marriage of a civil partnership; marriage with a spouse, such a marriage of civil partnership and cohabitation; or marriage as a couple, which involves a couple of people getting married.7.
Ask a friend or family member to help you prepare for the ceremony and make sure it’s all legal.
Make it clear to them you need a ring and that you can’t get married without it.8.
Find some of the best rings in your area.
Find the ring that best fits your hand and the size that will fit your finger.
Make an appointment with the ringmaker to get it and get it tested.9.
Find local wedding venues to get started on your wedding.
Check the venue’s website for details and a list of wedding vendors.10.
Get your wedding certificate in writing.
This will allow you to get a marriage license that you will be able to show to a judge.11.
Buy some wedding rings and get ready to get ready for the big day.
Here’s what you need to know about getting a wedding ring.1 .
Buy a wedding dress.
Some wedding dress sizes and styles can be tailored to fit different body shapes, and can make a great gift.2 .
Get a ring with the right color and make it look great.
Your wedding ring will look more professional and stylish than you would expect.3 .
Get tested for HIV/AIDS.
A test will give you a clear and reliable picture of your HIV status.
If you’re married, get tested and have the test done.
It’s recommended you get tested at least every six months.4 .
Buy rings that will be the same size for both the bride and groom.
A bride will need to buy rings that are about 3mm smaller than her ring size, and a groom will need rings that aren’t that big.5 .
Get your ring tested.
You can get tested for STDs at a number of health centres, such the Royal Victoria Hospital in Edinburgh or the Scottish Medical Research Council’s Sexual Health Clinic.6 .
Get married at a small wedding venue.
There may be a wedding venue that will allow for you to marry at a smaller wedding venue, and it’s best to have a wedding cake made at home.7 .
Get the ring tested for lead.
A ring that doesn’t have lead paint on it is more likely to be contaminated with lead than a ring without lead.8 .
Get vaccinated for STIs.
Vaccinations can help protect you from a range of STDs.9 .
Get registered as a non-profit organization to be able get your ring and other items legally.10 .
Find someone to help.
A wedding venue can help get you married in 2017 by getting you registered with the local authority and getting you certified as a wedding vendor.
Find out more about getting married safely1.
What to do if you need help getting married in your town.
Local police and fire services can be very helpful when it comes to getting your wedding rings, so it’s important to get to know them before getting married, as it can be difficult to get them to give you their permission to get you engaged.
You can find out if your local police or fire service are willing to assist you by calling the nearest police station or calling 101.
If they’re not willing to help, contact the local wedding licensing authority, or the local fire service.2