Rather than a conventional gold band, many couples these days are choosing to go with wedding rings that are more unique and represent their personality. From using different metals, to incorporating jewels and stones, and even using materials such as wood and fibreglass, wedding rings have come a long way.
For those of you who adore a classic appearance but want to hide a secret message to your spouse, we’ve put together a list of our favourite wedding rings with hidden details.
An engraving on the inside of your wedding band is a classic and effective way of personalising your wedding band. You can put your names and initials on the inside of your ring but don’t feel limited to this! Consider incorporating some important dates, meaningful symbols, or significant quotes.
A Subtle Stone
For ladies who love the look of a pavé ring but still want an accent piece, a small hidden stone is a subtle and stylish way of doing so. Your stone could be a sapphire to match the “something blue” for your wedding, but also consider having your favourite stone or birthstone. This type of ring has the extra benefit of being very customisable – so you could add a different stone for each member of your family!
For something a little bit more special, consider having the bridge, under gallery, or setting customised to incorporate some hidden and quirky symbols. In the gorgeous ruby ring above, you can see that when viewed from underneath, the setting is shaped like little hearts. We love this tiny detail!
An Unlikely Angle
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but this style of ring shows that men and diamonds can also be a match made in heaven. At a casual first glance, this ring appears to be a simple wide band of platinum or white gold but a closer look reveal an embedded circle of jet black diamonds. As with the ring above, consider incorporating stones that are meaningful to you and your loved one to make this a truly one-of-a-kind ring.
Different Metals Within
For men who want to customise their wedding ring in a way that is completely inconspicuous, you could consider including a different metal on the inner lining of your band. If your partner’s ring is a different colour or metal to yours, this is a sweet and hidden way for the two of you to match. Don’t feel like you’re limited to metal either! Rings are now incorporating materials like bone, stone and glass – so the only limit is your imagination.
Wedding bands are meant to be an expression of your love, so why not customise your rings so they are as unique as your relationship? Contact us today to arrange an appointment with one of our experienced designers.