After your wedding ceremony, you will continue to wear your engagement ring along with your wedding band. So, yes.
Also question is, do you wear your engagement ring when you walk down the aisle?
Traditional Ring Etiquette
Traditional etiquette would require the bride to wear her engagement ring on her right ring finger to walk down the aisle. During the exchanging of the rings, the groom would place the wedding band on the bride’s left finger.
Similarly one may ask, do you wear engagement ring and wedding band all the time?
When it comes to how to wear wedding rings, there are no rules. No one ever said you have to wear them at the same time. Some like to wear their wedding bands every day and reserve their engagement rings for special occasions or when they dress up.
What is the difference between a wedding ring and an engagement ring?
The difference between an engagement ring and wedding ring is that an engagement ring is given at a proposal or when a couple decides to get married. A wedding ring is exchanged at the wedding ceremony and represents the official bond of marriage. Both rings are often worn together as symbols of love and commitment.
It’s customary for brides to receive two rings. An engagement band before the wedding, and a wedding ring during the ceremony. Your first ring is a promise of marriage.
A bride and groom typically exchange rings during their wedding ceremony, placing the ring on each other’s wedding ring finger—the fourth finger of the left hand—after saying their vows. As for determining what hand does the wedding ring go on, the choice is really up to you.
Tradition dictates that the best man holds both wedding rings before the ceremony. Of course, if you feel more comfortable giving the rings to the maid of honor (or another member of the wedding party), go ahead and pass it off to someone you trust.
A: A wedding ring is usually worn on the same finger that you choose to wear your engagement ring – most commonly on the left ring finger.
A divorce ring can be worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, replacing those engagement and wedding rings. It’s the common choice of those who feel the loss of their wedding bands, as well as those who want to remind themselves of a new beginning following the end of their marriage.
How Many Rings Should You Wear? While there isn’t a right or wrong answer with how many rings you should wear, a generally safe maximum is to have two or three shared between your two hands.
In most cases, engagement and wedding rings are considered gifts from one spouse to the other. Gifts are almost always categorized as separate property, so the recipient owns the gift free and clear, and the value is not usually subject to division during divorce.