We do not. My parents do up until today and their wedding rings of over 40 years have never left their ring fingers. For us, that’s because of compelling situations that we are unable to wear our wedding bands all the time. I have tried wearing the wedding band but I ended up having peeling skin and blisters on the skin under the ring. My hubs is in the food catering business and is in contact with food all the time, thus wearing a ring is not hygienic and not really practical. In fact, his wedding band was lost and we suspected that our previous helper was the culprit. I was really upset when he told me that he could not find his wedding band. But he sure knew how to assure me that his love for me was still there when he bought us a pair of new wedding rings on my birthday 4 years ago. Though it was not an expensive titanium wedding band like I had wished for, I was nevertheless very touched that he treated the wedding bands as a symbol of a sacred marriage.