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Hello, hello! Today we’re talking about wedding rings — specifically, wooden wedding rings. Emma here and I love the look of wood wedding rings. But, perhaps like you, I had questions when shopping for wooden wedding rings with Andrew a few years back. How do wooden wedding rings stand up against daily wear, like washing hands, or showering? Can you get your ring wet? Are wooden wedding rings durable, and how long do wood rings last? Where can you buy wood wedding rings? Ah, so many questions. The good news is, wooden wedding rings are totally durable and can withstand all of the above — you just have to know where to buy the right kind. We’re here to tell you everything you need to know about wooden wedding rings and introduce you to WoodenRings.com. Artisan and owner, Jeff Hoskins, creates the most beautiful wood wedding rings we’ve ever seen. We will share our favorite rings from his collections and answer some of the most commonly asked questions about wood wedding rings which are beautifully inspired by nature and crafted from wood. We love wooden wedding rings because no two are exactly the same; we know you’ll love them, too. Enjoy!
Wooden Wedding Rings
To start, let’s tackle two most commonly asked questions about wooden wedding rings, mostly related to durability. If you’re buying wedding rings, surely you want to make sure they’re going to last. Wood is a unique material for rings so it is normal to wonder whether they’ll be as durable as the competition. Here are some questions and answers to guide you.
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Are wooden wedding rings durable?
Yes! Wooden wedding rings are as durable as other materials, as long as they are properly cared for.
Can wood wedding rings get wet? Can they withstand daily use?
Yes! Wooden wedding rings are recommended for daily use. Wood wedding rings can get wet — the wood rings from WoodenRings.com are water resistant and can also be made with “ring armor”, which strengthens the wood for more durability and makes it waterproof. Washing hands, showering, etc. are all totally fine to do while wearing your wood wedding ring.
How long do wooden wedding rings last?
With proper care, your wood wedding ring can last forever. And if it doesn’t, you can get a completely brand new one free of charge from WoodenRings.com, thanks to their lifetime guarantee.
How much do wooden wedding rings cost?
The wooden wedding rings at WoodenRings.com are very affordable. They’ve figured out a way to streamline production and pass the savings on to you. The rings range in price from $23 to $219.
How do you figure out size for a wood wedding ring?
Wooden wedding rings are sized in US ring sizes and fit like a normal ring. The most accurate method of ring sizing for wood wedding rings is to use a ring sizer (available at any jewelry counter or here).
Now that you know more about durability of wood wedding rings, let’s talk about the kinds of wooden wedding rings available to fit every budget and use.
-made in the USA
-the best protected from damage
- If your wedding ring is damaged, WoodenRings.com will repair / replace them for free. Just return them! They’ve had over 10,000 orders and their wooden wedding rings are so durable they have rarely had any replacements.
-custom-made in 3-5 days
-shipped for free
-able to be custom-engraved
When we browsed WoodenRings.com, we couldn’t believe the beautiful selection and different styles of wooden wedding rings available. To make shopping easier (and to see the difference between each type), Jeff has wooden wedding rings broken down into four categories: bentwood ring, solid wood ring, layered wood ring, and metal & wood ring. We’ll show you a few from each collection here to give you a visual.
Bentwood Wooden Rings – Wooden wedding rings which are made from wood and bent in a circle and laminated for strength
Solid Wooden Rings – Solid wooden wedding rings which are cut from a solid piece of wood; available in any wood
Layered Wooden Rings –Solid wood wedding rings which are cut from a solid piece of wood and layered; available with customizations
Metal & Wooden Rings – These wooden wedding rings are combined with a metal ring core
GOOD TO KNOW: All rings are made to order in the USA in 2-3 business days and shipped worldwide for free. All rings are covered by their Lifetime Replacement Guarantee, which means if it breaks or wears excessively, they’ll replace it for FREE. You can add (+$20) the “Ring Armor” service to waterproof any ring.
Bentwood | Wooden Wedding Rings
The Bentwood rings range in price from about $89 to $109 and are made from 2-12mm in width and in any size. These wooden wedding rings are a great option for everyday use and will last a lifetime with little care.
Of this collection, the rosewood bentwood is one of the most amazing wedding rings I’ve ever seen. Look at the wood grain on this band! I love the rich color:
The pine bentwood ring is another beautiful option.
The mahogany bentwood ring is a classic choice, shown below:
I had to include the Kingwood bentwood in this collection. If we had known of these wedding rings back when we were getting married, I’ll bet Andrew would have picked this wood one. It is totally his style:
Solid Wood | Wooden Wedding Rings
The solid wood rings range from $23 to $53 and are cut from a solid piece of wood. These wooden wedding rings are sanded smooth and can be single or multi-wood. These rings come with a beeswax finish, so they’re water resistant; the beeswax can be re-applied at any time to keep your ring looking shiny. These solid wood wedding rings are durable but will crack if they are crushed; however, they will withstand hand-washing, showering, and the washing machine. (This is great for people like, um, me, who have accidentally washed things of their husbands… ya know, like Andrew’s GPS wristwatch. Oops. Thankfully his watch is totally fine. Phew.) If properly cared for, the solid wood rings can last for life but are the least durable of the three ring construction methods. But they are an excellent option for shoppers on a budget.
Here are a few of remarkable solid wooden wedding rings we love, beginning with the Mexican Bocote:
Next up: the purpleheart wood wedding ring!
I love this Black Walnut wooden ring:
Layered – Wooden Wedding Rings
The layered wood wedding rings combine two different types of a wood for a dynamic look. This collection of wooden wedding rings range from $33 to $53.
This layered wood ring is a combination of blackwood, rosewood, and olivewood:
.This next ring is made from blackwood and maple:
And this wooden ring is a combination of blackwood with a bloodwood inlay:
Metal & Wood | Wooden Wedding Rings
The metal and wood wedding rings collection range in price from $109 to $219 and are made by putting a wood veneer on a sterling silver, stainless steel, copper, or gold core. What we love most about the silver and wood wedding rings collection is how customized these rings can be: the wood, inlay, and precious stone options and layering combinations are endless! And color or wood variety is available upon request. The ring armor service (mentioned earlier) is automatically included on all rings in this category. Silver and wooden wedding rings will last a lifetime with little care and are a great option for everyday use. They can be made from 2-88mm in width and in any size.
Here are a few rings from this collection. Our top pick: the olivewood and stainless steel ring, shown below.
This ring is designed with blackwood and stainless steel and has a silver inlay:
And lastly, this Cocobolo and Sterling Silver wooden wedding ring:
These wooden rings are incredible! To find out more / see the entire collection / ask questions / have your wooden wedding rings custom-made, just visit WoodenRings.com. You can ask any questions you have here. Jeff is awesome to work with and happy to help with custom orders!
So, what do you think of wooden wedding rings? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with WoodenRings.com.