What if a women cycle is on on her wedding anniversary what should she do?
Nothing she can do ... can't change the wedding anniversary, nor can she change mother nature's progression of life events. Surely, in this marriage, there are "relations" other than just the anniversary day?
The decision to wear your wedding rings when separated and in the process of divorcing is up to each individual woman. Some women prefer to leave their wedding rings on because they do not want to be bothered too soon by other men, but many women take the rings off and leave them off as they are no longer in a partnership with their spouse.
If it is a traditional wedding then a wedding dress should be worn. If it's an easy going wedding then some young women will wear fancy silk slacks with a top to match and still wear a veil or decide to put something else in their hair. Sometimes sarongs are worn and the tummy area is exposed and then a top to match. It is entirely up to the bride.
No, not every woman has a menstrual cycle. Most healthy adult cis-women will menstruate, however women who have reached menopause will no longer have a menstrual cycle, nor will women who have had a hysterectomy - basically women who are no longer fertile. Women who use hormonal birth control don't have a menstrual cycle, as the purpose of hormonal birth control is to suppress the menstrual cycle so they don't ovulate - the bleeding women…
Generally there are enough single young women to crowd together to catch the wedding bouquet and seldom does the wedding bouquet fall to the floor. However, on occasion this can happen and the single young women simply scramble to grab that bouquet because it signifies by tradition and myth that whomever has the wedding bouquet will be the next one married.
Some women don't want to worry about men bothering them and the woman prefers to stay single. Other women may be widows (no age limit) and wear the wedding band in memory of their deceased husband. Living together common law after a certain amount of time is considered being married so some women may received a wedding ring from their live-in mate. To them they are married.
Some widowed women prefer to keep their wedding rings on the same finger they always have. Other widowed women will put their wedding rings on their right hand (if not European as they wear their wedding rings on the right hand.) Yet still some widowed women are still grieving and want to leave their wedding rings on for awhile until she feels comfortable enough to put her wedding rings away for safe keeping and then…
Women are supposed to wear the wedding band, followed by the engagement ring after they are married. The rings normally come in a set and are made to be worn together. Some women though only wear their wedding band as their engagement ring may be too much or bulky on the finger with both of them. It is a personal preference though.