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What should we engrave in our rings?

Sometimes people wonder what they should have engraved inside their rings. How about, “My first round draft pick”? There aren’t any rules about engraving—you can get whatever you want—or nothing. We have a limit of forty characters (counting spaces as one character each) or you can pay a little extra to get two lines, doubling the length available. We like to include our logo and the metal content but this isn’t absolutely necessary.


Some couples want to keep the engraving secret from each other so they will contact us separately to let us know what to engrave in the ring of their betrothed. With ring sets, some inscriptions are couplets that start on one and finish on the other.


The most common engraving text includes some or all of these elements: names or nicknames, wedding date, and various expressions of love and devotion. We have some symbols available too, including a heart and an infinity symbol. We have engraved inscriptions in many languages including Russian, German, Latin, Hebrew, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Vietnamese, and languages we can’t identify. Those that use an alphabet different from English cost a little extra.


Some version of the wedding date is a frequent request and besides commemorating your special day, it’s a big help to those who have trouble remembering important anniversaries!


We have three font styles for inside engraving:


Modified block text



Modified block: All capitals, the easiest to read.

Script text



Script: Upper and lowercase.
Double row text
Double row: All capitals, used for two lines of text.

Frequently-used words include versions of always, forever, eternal, infinity, souls, soulmates, friends, lovers, and hearts. Many inscriptions include Bible citations. Sometimes the text to be engraved is so inscrutable that we have no idea what it means. But don’t worry if that describes what you want want—we’ll engrave whatever you give us.


Below are inscriptions that we found amusing or memorable; some are related to a ring style—or could have been—which we noted where applicable.


Put me back on!

Check forehead for thumb print


Ring 1: With our dreams… Ring 2 …entwined together
Coralled [on a barbed wire ring]
Could we have zebras?

Always, all ways

Still falling

Love is friendship set on fire

You can bale my hay any day
[for a farmer couple]
Two trails become one road

No take-backs

Oh my God, this is so weird

I started breathing on the night we kissed

John… loves… Mary… loves…

For keeps

One ring to bind them

I do

And they lived happily ever after

Better together

xoxoxo

…and then we went hiking

Made for each other

Til my last breath

Cheese sandwiches

Just two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl

Yippie!

When mountains crumble to the sea
[on a mountain ring]
My walrus

The best fish story is one that’s true

I knew I’d find you

Best beast

Blue skies, soft snow, warm hearts
[on a snowflake ring]
Luckee

I dreamed that our hearts soared entwined on a breeze

Namaste

Pulse of my heart
[on a heart ring]
The adventure begins

Because you quenched my thirst

He’s my nutty oat bread

The hunt is over
[on a Durango deer tracks ring]
Ring of fire

VROOM
[for a motorcycle ring]
No fishing beyond this point [on a fish-themed ring]
Best catch of your life [ditto]
I’m stuck on you like a chain ring tattoo

Smooch

I love my monkey


AND… last but not least


If you were a statue I would polish your ass every day


And in case you want your sentiment on the outside of your ring, here’s more information.