If you've decided to wear your engagement and wedding rings on the same finger, you may be wondering about stacking.
Married duos conventionally wear their wedding bands closest to their hearts, meaning they're at the bottom of the stack, below the engagement ring and pushed towards the base of the knuckle.
If you want to honor this on your wedding day, the most popular strategy is to switch over your engagement ring to your right hand just before you walk down the aisle.
Now your spouse-to-be can slide the band right up your left finger. It can be topped off with the engagement ring during the ceremony, or later on.
For added pragmatism, some brides opt to have their wedding and engagement rings soldered together into one unified piece.
We love how this introduces an entirely new "marital bond" metaphor.