Ring Meanings Resources

 

 The ring is a symbol of unity into which your two lives are now joined in an unbroken circle, in which, wherever you go, you return to one another. (a) 

 

  

 These rings are a symbol of the unbroken circle of love.  Love freely given has no beginning and no end.  May you find in one another the love for which all men and women yearn.  May you grow in understanding and compassion.  These rings mark the beginning of a long journey together.  Wear them proudly, for they are symbols which speak of the love that you have for each other. (b)

 

 

 The symbolic exchange of rings represents a token of the couples trust and love for one another. The rings are made from precious metal representing the value and importance we place on this commitment and promise. They are made of an unending circle representing the continuity of undying love and the unending quality of love. (c)

 

 

 These rings are a symbol of the unbroken circle of love. Love freely given has no beginning and no end, no giver and no receiver for each is the giver and each is the receiver. May your rings be a constant reminder of this moment when you have pledged your unending love to one another. (d)

 

 

 For thousands of years lovers have exchanged rings as a token of their vows. These simple gold bands are not of great value in themselves, but are made precious by our wearing of them. Your rings say that even in your uniqueness you have chosen to be bound together.

Let these rings also be a sign that love has substance as well as soul, a present as well as a past, and that, despite its occasional sorrows, love is a circle of happiness, wonder, and delight. (e)

 

 

 Wedding rings have long been a symbol of love – The gold of the ring symbolizes the permanence of the unending circle. ------ & -------, these rings are a symbol of your love for each other and of God’s love for the two of you. God has brought you together, and now I ask God to bless in a special way the symbol of your covenant with each other – your rings.  May your lives and your family always be encircled by love. (f)

 

 

 From the earliest times, the circle has been a symbol of completeness, a symbol of committed love. An unbroken and never ending circle symbolizes a commitment of love that is also never ending. As often as either of you looks at this symbol, I hope that you will be reminded of the commitment to love each other, which you have made today. (g)

 

 

 An unbroken and never ending circle symbolizes a commitment of love that is also never ending. As often as either of you looks at this symbol, may you be reminded of the commitment to love each other, which you have made today.  (h)

 

 

 The wedding ring is a symbol of eternity. It is an outward sign of an inward and spiritual bond which unites two hearts in endless love. And now as a token of your love and of your deep desire to be forever united in heart and soul, you will exchange these rings. (i)

 

 

 These rings mark the beginning of a long journey filled with wonder, surprises, laughter, tears, celebration, grief, joy. May these rings glow in reflection of the warmth and love which flow through you today.  (j)