Marriage is a vital aspect in many people’s lives.  Television shows are focused on finding love and maintaining relationships, and movies highlight the romance and intrigue that one can find in relationships.  The idea of struggling through many relationships, trying to find the right person to marry, is prevalent among people across the world.  Women are devastated over a break up because they thought that he was “the One” for them.  Men toil over how important the size of the engagement ring is—the bigger the better—, but women could care less about how many carats the rock is; they care more about what the ring represents. Everyone is trying to find that one person who they can hopefully spend the rest of their lives with.  And eventually everyone will.

Cue the ring.  Most women opt for the traditional, diamond-and-gold design.  And everyone wears the band on their left ring fingers.  That’s just the acceptable place for a wedding ring to go.  What if it wasn’t?  What if our tradition called for the marriage band to be on a different finger?  It would save a whole lot of trouble if these rings were placed on the pinky finger of the ring bearer.

From an economic standpoint, this idea has a monumental advantage.  Pinky fingers are smaller than ring fingers, so there would be less metal required to create each ring.  The cost of production would decrease drastically, and the cost to buy would also be reduced.  Less metal production would also mean less harmful emissions in the atmosphere.  The innovation of the pinky wedding ring would be a great way to help save the environment.

This idea also maintains a stylistic benefit.  People are always searching for a new trend to sweep across the nation.  This new fad can create a lot of opportunities for designers and aid the jewelry business in gathering new ideas.  The ring theory can provide the fashion industry with revolutionary ways to promote the enterprise.

Wedding bands signify loyalty in a marriage, that till-death-do-us-part binding mentality.  The finger on which your wear said ring does not matter; it’s the meaning of the band that holds importance.  Marriage is meant to be a long-term commitment, otherwise rings would be given out as gifts on first dates.  These rings signify promises of eternity, and the intent to wear such a ring means that the bearer has given much thought to this commitment.  A ring is a vow, an outer manifestation of an abstract feeling.  So where the ring is worn is meaningless; the acceptance of such a responsibility is the true implication of a ring.  That is why pinky wedding rings will soon be the top fashion in future cultures.