Much like other wedding traditions, the exchanging of rings dates back to the Romans or Greeks. But you don’t need expensive metals for a tangible symbol of marriage that physically represents your bonds. Enter: wedding tattoos. This badass couple chose to ink themselves with the Deathly Hallows rather than shell out for expensive wedding bands.
Holy crap, that’s tough one. If I didn’t already have my arms covered in ink, I would seriously love to get one of the many, incredible Tarot Cards as a half sleeve:
These are all gorgeous and would potentially make freaking AMAZING tattoo’s. But only if you can find an artist that has a “painterly” quality to their work. They are hard to come by, but they are out there. I would send a HUGE recommendation to Nic Moore. He is an artist up in Central NY. I’ve been going to him for years. He can be next to impossible to book with, but he is totally worth the wait if you can get him.
If you are looking for something simpler, you could honestly get away with doing just about any of the symbols from the Dragon Age Universe:
Any of these could look great, just about anywhere on your body. I may just end up with the Circle of Magi symbol on my ankle by the end of the summer… If my left arm is finished by then. I still got a lot of color work I need done.
This was probably a lot more then you were bargaining for Anon, sorry. I love tattoo’s, the process and the story each one tells. Thus, I am always happy to jabber on. Thank you for asking and I hope this was helpful!