Post # 1
Would you consider getting a wooden wedding band? Why or why not? Fiance and I are considering ordering the top two on this website – the dark wood for him and the light wood for me (I also have a traditional 3 stone engagement ring) Thoughts? Honesty is welcomed.
Post # 3
I love the way they look, I’d just be concerned about them wearing out after many years. Have you considered a metal ring with a wood inlay?
But if you are ok with the possibility of having to replace your ring someday, then I’d say go for it.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
Not knowing a whole lot about wooden rings, I would be worried about how well they’d hold up over time with daily wear. I don’t think I’d get one.
Post # 5
We are concerned about the wear but we are more concerned with how forgetful we can be! Fiance and I have both lost rings before and we think this is an affordable alternative to an expensive ring that will probably be lost – Now, here’s to hoping that I don’t lose my engagement ring which also happens to have been my grandmothers!
Post # 6
My Fiance just got a koa wood ring in tungsten.
We both LOVE it– it’s beautiful, unique, and is coated with a resin that protects the wood (and has a lifetime warantee if it does start leaking or anything). He actually likes it so much that he’s started wearing it on his right hand every day until the wedding 🙂
Post # 7
If you’re expecting it to possibly get lost anyways, you should buy 2 each!
Post # 8
I think they’re beautiful, but the wood will not hold up for too many years. If you like that look, maybe a stone, mokume, meteor, or carbon fiber inlay would be more durable.
Post # 9
If it’s what suits you, I say go for it 🙂 I did consider this, but have decided I might like this better:
as they are still earthy, and unique.
Post # 10
love that ring – where did you get it?
Post # 12
How are the wood rings holding up?!
Post # 13
They’re great! I wear mine almost everyday and it’s still holding up very well!
Post # 14
That is great to know! My Fiance has his heart set on one. Although he is an underwater survival instructor so he spends a lot of time in the pool…that is my only concern…
Post # 14
Hey! where did you look and what did you decide at the end?
The trend is pretty new for me, and I’m wondering if you maybe know where can I find good Wooden wedding ring examples.
Most of the sites got me to simplywoodrings.com
few good wooden wedding ring examples are on http://www.weddingspell.com/2016/10/20/wooden-wedding-ring/
or on Etsy and different local shops, but those don’t have shipping options.
Looking for something like: