As blissful as you are for becoming a fiancé of your man, there are a lot of things that you should take into consideration when it comes to wedding preparation. Because of so many things that you will prepare, one can’t help but receive a lot of unsolicited advises from random people. Although the intention is nice, there are times when you just want them to let you do the things the way you want it. It could get chaotic sometimes when you hear various things on what you should or not. One for example will be choosing your wedding rings. Here are some of the myths that you usually hear when it comes to getting your wedding rings:

  • Your wedding rings should look exactly the same

This is not completely true. Although, having a totally different style isn’t recommended. That won’t show that you’re a couple. Still, you shouldn’t be stuck with the idea of twinning with your rings. You can opt to rings that are somehow pairs up with each other even if they are not the same. Just like the two of you. Two completely different person but still was able to become one.

  • You can’t order wedding rings online

The fear of getting a ring that doesn’t fit you perfectly is the reason why purchasing your rings online have been a big NO for some. Still, if you were able to see the rings that you think fits you two perfectly, then nothing should stop you from doing so. Just make sure that you know your size for that particular shop and that you order ahead of time to give allowance for some minor changes.

  • You should buy new wedding rings

Although this is the most ideal of them all, there are some circumstances that not having a new one is more suited. No, I am not referring to thrift shops but through inheritance. Like that of your great grandmother and great grandfather’s wedding rings that was given to you. Some family has this kind of tradition which I think is very nice.

Those are some of the things that people normally advise to couples who are getting married but should not be immediately believed in. Remember that for every rule, there will always be an exemption.