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People have heard of all the stories of people getting their wedding ring back after losing for a long time, but a United Kingdom womanâ€™s tale might take the cake. Forty one years ago, Brenda Caunter lost her marriage ring years ago when she was gardening in her backyard. She and her husband Dave looked for the wedding ring to no avail, and her husband ended up substituting the 9 carat wedding ring.
But recently, after more than 4 decades since the band went missing, the thing was reunited with its owner. One of Daveâ€™s neighbors using a metal detector and that time he asked his neighbor to check the region where his wife lost the wedding ring.
Brenda told that when they got the phone call to tell that they have found it and she lost her words. She did not know what to say. It appeared that lost marriage bands have a path of turning up, mainly when they are lost at a personâ€™s backyard.
In 2012â€™s November, a woman was reunified with the wedding ring she misplaced at her her sister’s backyard seventeen years before. And in the year 2011, a woman from Sweden found her marriage band growing around a carrot in her garden 16 years after she lost it.
In 2010, an 80 year old lady found her ring almost 50 years. She found the ring in her garden.
These days, couples are waiting for up to 3 years to tie the knot after they gets engaged, reported a survey. Earlier, people used to get married just eleven months after their engagement. Most people generally prefer to tie the knot as soon as they get engaged, but now most couples are taking long time to save money for their dream wedding.
In the year 2003, the average cost of a wedding was £ 9500, but the amount has increased to £ 19700 in 2013. The figure includes engagement parties as well as hen and stag weekends and dresses on the big day, venue, catering, rings and honeymoon.
As a result of this, engagements are being sucked out in order to get more time to save money for the wedding day. Pairs who were engaged ten years ago were sharing a surname within that year, on average.
The recent research polled 1903 pairs who had tied the knot within the last year and 1872 people from the United Kingdom who had tied the knot 10 years ago in the year 2003. People were asked how much they spend on their engagement and wedding in total. The average total stood at £ 19700.
Seventy-four percent of people that had tied the knot in the last year stated that they would have liked a short period of engagement, but the tolls involved meant taking the extra years to save. Modern couples are 4 times more likely to pay for their marriage themselves then 10 years ago when people used to rely on traditional family handouts and the engagement and wedding ceremonies used to be long.