When your time comes to get married you want everything to be perfect. You want to say yes to that perfect dress, your cake cannot look like every other wedding cake: It must taste delicious and look divine. The music must transport your guests to a higher plain. There are so many things that factor in to making that special day unforgettable. If you made it this far, you have found your soulmate. That one person you are ready to spend the rest of your life with. Because they accept you for who you are. Inside and out. You both have a passion for piercings. This why your love is so unconditional. Why not consider a few unique piercing ideas to share your affection.
Instead of using the typical engagement ring, use a piercing. No, that does not mean you have to leave the romance factor out. Still engage to her in a manner you think is ideal. Instead of a real ring in the box, you can replace it with something thoughtful and memorable. Then take your bride to be to her favorite piercing parlor. Where she can pick out the bling of her choice. One idea is a jeweled cross bar for her ear. It will look lovely on her in her wedding photos.
This is your special day. You are head over heels in love with each other. This day the two of you will start a life-long journey together. Filled will happiness, joy, laughter and fun. Here is an idea to make your day just as unique as you are. The day before the wedding, go to get matching piercings. You already started by placing her engagement ring cross bar is on one ear. Just place another one on top as seal of your matrimonial vows. You do the same thing by piecing a cross bar to say I do. When you both walk down the isle, you will be ready, piercings in place!
Gold is used to symbolize the 50th wedding anniversary. Silver is used for the 25th anniversary, if your pierced marriage stands the tests of time. Celebrate the milestones. Buy her a diamond stud for her nose set in silver. Make each day count. You can use piercings as token of love and affection in various ways throughout your marriage. However, after fifty years, she may deserve an actual ring if she wants one!