Swapping traditional wedding rings out for matching tattoos is increasing in popularity among Millennial couples.
The idea of matching tattoos seems to coincide with the rise of unconventional wedding dresses, with many brides choosing non-white alternatives to bring more personality to their celebratory day. The ways in which couples are expressing their love through matching tattoos is diverse, some opting for simplistic hearts, diamonds, geometric shapes and other symbols while others are choosing ring designs to wrap around their fingers.
The possibilities are virtually endless, with the matching tattoos opening up for more personally significant expression than traditional jewelry might allow. Though most artists are likely to advise against getting a partner's name permanently ingrained into the skin, the use of matching tattoos is a testament to everlasting love that many couples find romantic in itself.
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