The origin of wedding rings began in Egypt. At that time, engagement rings and wedding rings were both parts of the contract. There was a ring fever in Egypt. The wedding ring was worn on the bride's ring finger to show the bride's loyalty and obedience to her husband.
In early ancient Rome, the ring became a symbol of love and a symbol of engagement, symbolizing that the bride could use this key to open the lock of her husband's heart, Of course, the wearing of wedding rings is not only a form but also a commitment of both men and women to each other.