Celebrating the love of your life with marriage? Getting a wedding ring to represent your love and commitment to each other? Why not consider have a “Wedding Tattoo” or love tattoo? Throughout history, wedding rings are usually worn on the left finger nearest to the little finger which is often referred to as the ring finger. It is very often believed that the ring should be worn on that particular finger as there is a vein (the vena amoris) that leads to the heart which represents the love, pledge and commitment to your partner. Getting a wedding/ love tattoo equates to the same level of commitment you have to your partner and marriage. It is a special and meaningful representation and expression of a couple’s love for each other. It doesn’t have to be elaborated neither does it have to cost you a bomb which the very much commercialized diamond wedding ring. After all, we don’t really decide to get married because of the superficial “blings”; so why not have something that is more meaningful and lasts forever rather that something you might just lose? I’ve heard of things like getting a tattoo might be meaningful but it would “wrinkle” as we get thinner/ older and stretches if we get fatter and out of shape, the color would fade etc. etc. etc. Well, shouldn’t that be the case or marriage? Be it in good or worse times, health or sickness a love tattoo would greatly represent the commitment a couple have for each other when they took their wedding vows. I don’t really think you can find another symbolic “thing” like a love tattoo that will “stick with you” throughout your life and grow old together. There are many choices of love tattoos or wedding ring tattoos, the best thing of getting a tattoo together with your partner means it doesn’t necessary have to be on your ring finger if you choose not to. You can choose the designs you like to either be matching, identical or complementary or even just a simple quote to represent your love and commitment to each other. Most importantly a love tattoo is a representation of your lifelong commitment and vows to yourself and your partner and the celebration of the love you have for each other. Someone once told me:- “Our body is a canvas for art. Art is a way of life, art is love; Art is anything and everything.” It is a very intriguing statement… What do you think?