This past weekend I had the honor of attending a wedding of a family member who is very close to me. Sitting there surrounded by flowers and frills, I was reminded that weddings are entirely created for women. I am sure if you ask any groom what is preference is between eggplant and lilac table linens, or if he’d rather serve mini quiche or tartlets for appetizers, your response would be a blank stare, followed by the question, “which costs less?”. While décor and finger foods are incredibly important to a bride, perhaps the most important part of a wedding is the ring. Sure, the groom’s ring might be very elegant, but nothing beats the rock that rocks the fourth finger of every blushing bride. Even though our Dallas Box Truck Deliveries drivers have to be tough enough to handle a long haul in a big truck, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a softer side to them. So when I couldn’t stop talking about the magnificent ring from this wedding, they gave me some insightful information on where, exactly, the tradition of the wedding ring came from.