Question: Where does the wedding ring go in Spain?

In many cultures, both engagement and wedding rings are worn on the left hand once a couple is married. In Spanish culture, however, women keep their engagement ring on their left hand, but wear their wedding ring on their right hand. The ring, like in most cultures, symbolises unity and commitment.

Which hand does a wedding ring go on in Europe?

Though wedding rings arent typically worn in Muslim cultures, if you live in Jordan, you may wear it on the right hand. In Northern and Eastern Europe, the bride and groom in countries like Spain, Portugal, and Greece commonly wear their wedding rings on the right hand.

How are weddings celebrated in Spain?

The reception will typically consist of a dinner, followed by a long night of partying and dancing! During the reception, the bride and groom will pay a visit to each of the tables, carrying a basket with wedding favours to give away! Usually the men are given cigars and the women something nice, like flowers or candy.

Which countries wear wedding rings on their right hand?

In many countries, such as Germany, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Greece, Russia, Spain, Colombia and Poland, it is customary to wear wedding bands on the right hand. In Brazil, Turkey, Lebanon and Syria women wear their engagement ring on the right hand until the wedding when it is switched to the left.

Where does the ring go when married?

left hand Just before the wedding ceremony, the engagement ring is exchanged onto the right hand so the wedding ring can be placed onto the left hand, to be worn closest to the heart. After the ceremony, the engagement ring is then placed on top of the new wedding band.

Why would a girl wear a ring on her left ring finger?

A ring worn on the left ring finger can symbolize: Marital status - In most Western countries, a married person wears a wedding ring on the left ring finger. Chastity - Many young people also choose to wear a chastity ring, or purity ring, on the left ring finger.

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