All good things must come to an end, so this is the last installment in our ring shot series. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send in their gorgeous ring pictures! This has been so much fun!
If you’d like to keep this series going, please start a thread on the boards, and perhaps we can bring it back one day.
So without further ado…
Munkigg took this picture the day before her wedding in her mom’s backyard with her Fuji FinePix S1000fd. Her mom had some beautiful geraniums that they placed on the shawl that came with Munkigg’s wedding dress.
It’s Laura’s 6 month anniversary tomorrow! She took this picture with her Canon Powershot in Macro mode, on top of some coral (which was appropriate since they had a beach themed wedding). Her ring is a vintage inspired platinum design, and her husband’s is white gold with a Greek key design.
caitlanc’s ring is photographed on a picture that her fiance drew of her dad’s farm, which also happens to be where they’ll be getting married. Her fiance designed the ring himself, incorporating the diamond that his aunt gave him, and setting it in his grandmother’s 25th anniversary band. The sapphires are for her “Cameron blue” eyes.
Pictured above is Simonerosew’s 1.02 carat Tiffany Princess cut engagement ring, her sapphire and diamond wedding band, and her fiance’s wedding band taken on the macro setting of her Canon Powershot SD 1000. She had just come back from Europe and put the rings on top of the Eiffel Tower that she purchased for 2 euros on the streets of Paris. The rose came from a welcome back bouquet her fiance gave her when she arrived home.
MMWedding took this with her Canon Powershot SC660 Digital Elph. Her ring is hanging off a bamboo plant that were given by family friends at an engagement party. Her friend said that the bamboo plant symbolized eternity and a long-lasting relationship.
tbarb took this shot the day after her wedding at brunch. She used her table centerpieces (flower filled bamboo cages) as a backdrop. Some of the cages held origami birds made out of their invitations!
thompsoc75 took this with her Sony Cybershot against a monogrammed pillowcase (designed by Wiley Valentine). The pillowcase was made for a little known Italian tradition — you put in a wine glass and crush it at the wedding; the number of pieces the glass breaks into is the number of years you’ll have of wedded bliss. thompsoc75′s wedding band was created using diamonds from a ring her grandmother gave her on her 18th birthday, and a pendant given to her by her grandfather. The engraving in her husband’s ring reads: tutto l’amore 9-6-08 (she thought it meant All My Love, but a waiter in Italy told her that it meant nothing).
ankile’s fiance worked with a good friend and jeweler to design her ring. It’s a bezel set white sapphire in a custom wave design ring. They live in Hawaii and play in the water a lot, so it means a lot to her. The ring is sitting amongst some fragrant tuberose — one of her favorite flowers. Taken with a Pentax DSLR.
runnergiirl took this with her Nikon Coolpix and edited with Picnik. Her husband is holding a glass of champagne on New Year’s Eve. They got all dressed up (he’s wearing the tux he wore at their October 24th wedding), even though they had no where to go!
Sezzy got engaged on New Year’s Eve and took these with her canon Elph. The book is a gift from a college friend that was working on New Year’s Eve, so he missed the proposal, but this made him a part of it! The ring was designed by her fiance and custom-made by a family friend. It’s a 3 stone setting with 5 channel diamonds on each side of the band.