What could be better than creating unique wedding rings? Well, if you are planning on getting married, not much!
With bespoke and custom-made wedding bands, you do not need to settle for the wedding rings you regularly see on the high street or online, which they make from tubing to standard profiles and widths.
An expert in designing unique wedding rings
Many engagement rings are designed without considering how your wedding ring will look against it and don’t lend themselves to a simple plain band and may need a ring specially shaped. As a bespoke wedding ring designer with over 35 years of experience, and I am well placed to turn your imagination into reality.My design process allows you to be involved in the design stages of creating your wedding rings for your special day.
The advantages of creating in 3D
Crafting designs first in 3D allows you to see your rings and how the look of your wedding bands will change with different metals and textures with or without diamonds and gemstones.
Designing in 3d also gives you the added advantage of seeing whether your design ideas for your rings are attainable or not. And you can do so without incurring additional charges; you will also get to try your rings on as prototypes before the handcrafting stage.
The options continue
You could design rings that match one another’s or incorporate elements of an heirloom to make your wedding rings even more unique, add motifs and an engraving with perhaps your names, wedding dates or a cryptic message. If plain bands are your thing, bespoke still gives you more options than the high street, as you could have a unique profile or a width that looks right on your finger.
Examples of unique wedding ring commission
To create matching and fitted wedding rings for the lady’s engagement ring. And for the gentleman, he would like to have a grove in the centre of his wedding ring that mirrors the shape of the ladies’ wedding ring.
We discussed three possible ways of achieving the result he was looking for:
The first option was to highly polish the groove and brush finish on either side of the wedding ring, The second option was to add rose gold into the ring, this time to mirror the rose gold in the engagement ring. To achieve this, I suggested inserting a rose gold inner lining into the grove with the outside of the wedding band either polished or brushed. The third option was to have the rose gold insert flush with the outside of the wedding ring, with the ring highly polished.
As you can see, I demonstrated all three options on the big screen, making it easy for my client to make the right decision.
Why not explore designing unique wedding rings for yourselves and create rings as individual as you are for your wedding day?