A passion for writing explored through a love of relationships, London, film and television
The first wedding rings can be traced back to the Ancient Egyptians when they exchanged rings made from braided reeds and hemp. They placed these rings on the fourth finger of the left hand as they believed that there was a ‘vein of love’ that ran from this finger directly to your heart.
Will weddings ever be the same?
The number one question on the lips of many couples around the world is, what will it look like? I have no doubt that my fiancee and I will be able to get married this year, but what exactly that will look like is unclear. What I mean here is that restrictions will still exist and is it still a wedding if you cannot dance?
The Inherent Pessimism of Weddings
I have to say that I am confused. Why say yes to attend and then spend the next year waiting to be uninvited? Why not strike first and say thank you, but we're not that close? Surely you would want those who are closest to be there on your special day. Surely you invite people as you can't bear to 'tie the knot without them?'