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How to Secretly Find Out Your Bride's Ring Size

Wedding_Ring_HeartsTrying to figure out what size rings you need to buy for yourself and your bride-to-be is not nearly as difficult as you might think. It may be as simple as asking your future mother-in-law or sister-in-law if they know her ring size, or it might take a little bit more detective work on your part.

If you need to figure out your ring size and your bride’s ring size on your own, MyTrioRings has a free, easy ring sizer to get you started.

When you download and print this ring sizer, be certain that you measure the line at the top of the page with a ruler. If it measures exactly two inches, you are all set. If not, you may need to play around with the scale of the image on your printer before you can get started with your secret mission. MyTrioRings also offers a free plastic ring sizer that can be sent to you in the mail if you are having problems doing the measurements for your trio ring set with the printable version.

Grooms, there are two possibilities for using the free ring sizer printout. One option is to find another ring that your bride-to-be wears on her ring finger and compare that to the ring sizes on the free ring sizer. Another option is to cut out the finger measuring tool and measure the ring finger of your beloved yourself, perhaps when she is sleeping (assuming that she’s a heavy sleeper!). Measuring late in the day is preferable, since that is when fingers are at their largest. If you measure in the morning or measure cold fingers, you might purchase a trio ring set that is too small.

You will want to measure the widest point of the finger, usually the lower knuckle, to figure out what size will best fit your bride before you purchase an affordable bridal ring set to surprise her with.

Most women in the United States wear their wedding and engagement rings on the fourth finger of their left hand. In some cultures, the right hand is the more common location for the wedding ring. Seeing which finger your mother-in-law to be wears her wedding and engagement rings on is a safe bet for figuring out which finger your bride will prefer.

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