Weddings are a beautiful sight to behold. From the rehearsal to the moment that the couple says “I do”, it is a display of the love and companionship shared between two people. Most traditional weddings include the ringbearer, who presents the two wedding bands to the couple at the altar. The bands are usually made of some sort of metal, such as gold, which is a beautiful metal that has a brilliant shine. The problem with metal is that some people are allergic to the bands, and they tend to wear down over the years, decreasing in color and luster.
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Posted by Zilo Rings on 2/24/2016