Lets talk about our wedding. We had a beautiful backyard wedding with the grand total of about 20 people in attendance. Afterwords we went to a family friends lake house, took a ride on a pontoon boat, had a shrimp boil and then got in the car and went for a 6 day long road trip that lead us all the way to New Orleans. It was perfect.
After doing a lot of research and being thrifty, we had decided to purchase my husbands wedding band (tungsten carbide) online. It was the right move for us, and it turned out great. I also knew that this person, who again is the love of my life, is also sometimes just plain forgetful and absent minded. Therefore, I should of not of been too mad when he lost his ring AFTER THREE WEEKS OF BEING MARRIED. I may of overreacted, and I may of been a bit untactful on how I dealt with this lost because deep down (okay- not that deep down ...it was more of a fact) I knew that this was going to happen- which is why we got the ring online at a fraction of the cost of what it would cost at the jeweler . So after being very dramatic and maybe a tiny bit crazy- we finally re-ordered a new ring and he has promised, for the sake of not having to deal with me again on this issue, to not lose this ring.
While I was doing my research I found a lot more fun rings that people have created. One of my favorites was this one:
It is a special engagement ring that glows when her fiance' is near.It is so quirky that it's awesome. You can read the article on this ring here.
Anyone else know of some interesting non-traditional rings out there?