During our first appointment with Kim and Rob, we designed a beautiful set of rings together. A matching set, with a two-tone design for him, and a fitted diamond wedding ring for her.
But there was something missing.
How could we make their rings unique, but keep the designs they liked? Something subtle, but tailored, to make their rings their own.
Making their rings unique
In their hunt for ideas, they came across some inspiration: A heart.
Together we came up with some options for how to incorporate the feature into their rings.
Aiming for longevity, and clear definition in their design, we decided to raise the heart on the surface of the ring. Half on his, half on hers, which join together to create one when they're side by side.
Bringing the idea to life
For Kim's ring, we included round brilliant cut channel set diamonds, to match her engagement ring. Her half of the heart appears on the side of the ring, as an ending to her diamond row.
For Rob's ring, we incorporated the heart onto the two-tone ring design he was drawn to, ensuring there was a distinction between the heart and the polished white gold edges.
The result? A personalised set of rings, made to match each other.
Congratulations on your wedding Kim and Rob!
Thinking of creating a unique set of wedding rings? Contact us to begin exploring some ideas.