Just for example, most American men will wear their wedding band on their left ring finger, but a man married in an Eastern Orthodox church could end up using the right hand instead (I do this â€“ watch my videos and you'll see!). And engagement rings are rare enough on men already that there is no set tradition.
After the wedding day, wear your engagement and wedding rings however you like them best. Again, the most popular way in the US is to have them both on the ring finger of the left hand with your wedding band first, but you can separate them and wear them on opposite hands, or you can wear your wedding band solo.
In Sweden and Chile, it is not just brides-to-be that receive engagement rings, men wear them too. In Chile, these are worn on the right hand until marriage, .
Couples in Germany and Netherlands often do the opposite: sporting engagement rings on the left hand and wedding rings on the right. In the Jewish tradition, .
The ring finger is the finger on which it is the custom in a particular culture for a wedding ring to. In some cultures the wedding ring is worn on the "ring finger" of the left hand and in others it is on the right. Traditionally, a wedding ring was worn only by the bride/wife, but in recent times more men also wear a wedding ring.