Wooden wedding rings

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Check out these handcrafted eco-friendly wooden wedding rings by Simply Wood Rings

  1. Hey, Ariel!

    Simply Wood Rings are incredible and the artist seems really sincere and generous.

    Another one to look into is Touch Wood Rings (www.touchwoodrings.com). I think the artist is named David Finch. Although very costly, theirs are really admirable.

    One more in terms of great quality (and super strong/durable) but also a fair price, is Stout Woodworks (http://www.stoutwoodworks.com).

    I think it is really cool that people are looking into alternatives besides common metal wedding bands (and just regular rings). The wood has its own natural beauty that cannot be rivaled by cold metal.

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    • Hi Areal.
      Yes both those companies are pretty good from what I have read. We had a great wood ring buying experience with for the love of wood rings (www.fortheloveofwoodrings.com) . We are from Vancouver bc, which is one of the reasons we went with them, maintaining the buy local theme, but the main reason was that these guys do incredible carvings on their rings. We had infinity symbolizes carved on ours a couple of years ago. They seem to be using a more durable finish that is water proof. It was important to us that we could wear our rings all the time. They are still in near perfect condition! Anyway as things go we are still planing our wedding and stumbled upon this site. We looove this site! You guys are very down to earth and original. keep up the great work…..

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