Custom Wedding Rings: Made for Life

How can a wedding ring celebrate a big love—and survive work, play, and real life? With our custom wedding ring design process, we learn all about you and your loved one. Tastes are important, but so is wearing your ring with work gloves, while sewing, or with a left-handed fly rod. We can incorporate elements from family heirlooms, add secret messages to the inside, or whatever else moves you.

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Each custom wedding ring is made to order.
See what other couples designed, then contact us to create yours.

An overview of our Custom Wedding Rings process:

To us, custom means more than pairing a certain band with a chosen stone from our store and adding an engraving. Your piece is designed from your story and lifestyle, not a template. Often, we’ll source stones and gems especially for you. And we love adding special touches, from hidden stones to personalized engravings.

We’d be honored to create a piece that matches your values—we’re already committed to ethical jewelry.

Step 1: Free Consultation

Meet with us over a cup of coffee or tea, where we’ll begin by asking a lot of good questions about you, or the intended wearer.

Our initial meeting is about more than taste and style—it ensures that we’re building a piece that fits a real life, including the wearer’s hobbies, work and play.

Step 2: Approve Your Vision

Within 2 business days of your consultation, you’ll have a complete design, bid, and timeframe. (Often, we’re able to show you a sketch or idea during your consultation). From here, we can adjust until you’re ready for us to craft your custom rings.

Step 3: Delight in Your Piece.

We’ll spend the next few weeks sourcing stones and refining your jewelry (or months, for truly complex pieces). Once your jewelry is finished, you are welcome to pick it up personally, or have it shipped to you overnight via insured FedEx or UPS. Then, consider us your lifetime jeweler, available to take care of your piece for generations.