Ring Warming

Even though it’s considered a faux pas to leak information about the wedding ceremony, here I am, about to share one of the more important and personal aspects of our big day.

Despite the drama we’ve been facing the last few months, Pat and I really like the idea of doing a Ring Warming ceremony with our wedding. The ring warming is basically this: (as taken from my programs)

During the wedding ceremony, Patrick and Heather will exchange rings. These rings are visible sign of their commitment to one another. A ring is a circle, with no beginning and no end, and in such acts as a symbol of eternal love. As you are seated, they invite you to take part in the warming of the rings. We ask that each guest hold their hands over the rings for a moment, warm them with your love, and make a silent wish or prayer for Patrick and Heather, and their future together. We ask that you wish them health and happiness, and all that is noble in life. When these rings come back they will contain, in their precious metal, that which is more precious, that which is priceless – your love and hope and pledge of support for our union.

That’s good stuff, right? Well, there’s a lot more to it than that. There is of course, a lot of preparation involved to make sure Surly Aunty Sue doesn’t throw a wad of negativity at our marriage. Our wedding day happens to fall on the full moon in June, so I’ve decided to start the ring ceremony on the full moon in May, this Thursday.

My plan is this:

-Cleanse the rings with each element

-Protection spell on the rings (more of a filter spell really. Keeping negativity out, and letting warmth and positivity in)

-Our own blessings on the rings.

What do you think? Should we do anything else? I’d love to hear some feedback :)

Oh, and for pretties, here’s what the rings look like:

My set <3
Pat's ring

I’d love to hear what you think :D

2 thoughts on “Ring Warming”

  1. I love it! It sounds like a wonderful, lovely thing to do. Also brings everyone into the ceremony, and makes them feel a part of it!

    After you do your cleansing and blessing, you may want to wrap the rings in some black silk, or a nice black fabric, just to keep out any random stuff floating around before the ceremony. But it sounds like you have everything covered!

    I’d never heard of this before, but it’s going in my BOS as a suggestion to other couples about to get married!

    1. Glad you like the idea!! I came across it a year or so ago and since then it seems to have really taken off in the bridal community! Good call on the black fabric! I’ll see what I can find :)

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