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Creative Wedding Ring Inspiration Photos

Did you know? The tradition of the wedding ring once to be said was started in Egypt, and the shape was circular because a circle was a symbol of eternity. The reason why we wear it on the third finger on our left hand is because it is said that there is a vein that goes from that finger goes straight to your heart, and it is the vein of love.

Wedding rings worn on the ring finger on the left hand, it symbolizes eternal love and never ending sacrament of marriage. There are many wedding ring photos that have been created by wedding photographers around the world, with a variety of their own creations and have inspired other wedding photographers. Most of us are challenged to create new creations, even though it is not easy. Here are some photos of my creations for a wedding photography, I hope they can inspire, enjoy.



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