Let's speak about wedding bands for a moment. Sure, you've undoubtedly saved hundreds of wedding ring designs to your Pinterest boards, but none of them have piqued your interest. Maybe you've had your eye on a ring but it's out of your price range right now. Have you considered wedding ring tattoos instead of adding additional stress to your big day by trying to locate the ideal wedding bands for you and your spouse?
Ring tattoos are becoming more fashionable, despite the fact that they aren't conventional wedding bands. Ring tattoos are becoming more popular, whether you don't want to wear a real ring every day or want a lasting symbol of your love.
When Is It Appropriate to Get a Wedding Ring Tattoo?
While wedding rings are exchanged on the big day, ring tattoos take time to heal, so have yours done ahead of time. Tattoo artist Brittany Randell says, "Tattoo healing differs for everyone." “Everyone's skin type is different, and there are numerous variables with one's body—health, water intake, and hydration; how frequently you'll be using your hands and fingers; and the therapeutic treatments you use, to mention a few."
- 1. Plain Bands
- 2. Initials That Match
- 3. Insightful Phrases
- 4. Complete Names
- 5. Astrological Signs
- 6. Dainty Symbols
- 7. Floral Patterns
- 8. Nature-Inspired Designs
- 9. Simple Wedding Bands
- 10. Roman Numerals
- 11. Pride Rings
- 12. Anchors That Go Together
- 13. Simplistic Script
- 14. Remarkable Occasions
- 15. Infinity Signs
Ring tattoos may be difficult to heal at times, but they usually do. According to Randell, most tattoos will need to be touched up, so be sure to include this in your wedding schedule to get the greatest results.
1. Plain Bands
These basic bracelets are ideal for displaying your marital status. The defined wedding rings are strong and beautiful at the same time. For brides, place the tattoo just under your engagement ring, or choose two tattooed bands if you don't have one.
2. Initials That Match
Having your spouse's initials engraved on your ring finger is a unique ring feature. Instead of a ring, use a strong script for your spouse's initials if you want a more visible ring tattoo. To give a more personal touch, you may put additional information surrounding the initial.
3. Insightful Phrases
The initials of the bride and groom are tattooed around their fingers, with significant phrases etched on the side. Request your spouse's initials from your tattoo artist, and then choose a meaningful word to symbolize your marriage.
4. Complete Names
If you want something more than your spouse's initials, a complete name in the script is the way to go. It adds a personal touch to the start of your marriage and is a beautiful piece of art. It's also more meaningful than a wedding band while being an item you'll have forever.
5. Astrological Signs
This tattoo is for those who like the stars and the moon. Instead of conventional wedding bands, choose celestial symbols that are important to you both if you and your husband are interested in astrology and find significance in the stars.
6. Dainty Symbols
If wedding rings and initials aren't your things, opt for delicate forms and symbols. Discuss the signals you both want and play off each other's ring finger with your partner.
7. Floral Patterns
If your partner isn't a fan of flowers, start with a matching tattoo band with a few patterns on it. The tattoo artist should next apply a flowery design to the ring.
8. Nature-Inspired Designs
Put a ring on it, literally, if you feel linked to nature. Get a tattoo of your favorite nature symbols on your ring finger. You may each pick a symbol that is compatible with the others.
9. Simple Wedding Bands
If you and your partner don't want to wear conventional rings, thin wedding bands are a stylish alternative. It's still noticeable, but it's little enough that you may add additional patterns later!
10. Roman Numerals
Have the tattoo artist create a thin band that looks like a ring and add a significant date in Roman numerals—either the day you met or your wedding day—for your tattoo wedding rings.
11. Pride Rings
Choose these double-stacked Pride wedding rings to express your support for equality. Rather than having your tattoo artist produce a precisely symmetrical design, have him or her freehand the ring and embrace the flaws that come with it, much like a marriage.
12. Anchors That Go Together
Nothing beats a sign that shows how intense your love is to express it. Instead of getting a wedding band tattoo, have an anchor inked on your ring finger as a continuous reminder of your spouse and a permanent sign of your love.
13. Simplistic Script
Make a simple script initial on your ring finger to commemorate your spouse and show your dedication. At the same time, the design is basic and beautiful.
14. Remarkable Occasions
Matching your wedding ring tattoos to your partner is a great way to signify your vows. The date is precisely centered around the ring fingers, and the tattoo is basic.
15. Infinity Signs
Make a sign of endless love to symbolize your new vows. Instead of rings and dates, use the infinity symbol, which signifies that your love is unbreakable and unending.
Wedding Ring Tattoos Photos Collected via pinterest.com