It used to be that you received a sparkly engagement ring, which was later joined by a simple gold wedding band. However this is definitely a wedding rule you can break – why not express your personality with an unusual wedding ring- it’s ideal if you have an alternative engagement ring too.
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Unusual Women’s Wedding Rings
Browse our pick of the prettiest unusual women’s wedding rings, from personalised styles to quirky embellished designs.
Woven Wedding Band – Maya Mor
We think this braided style ring from Maya Mor is perfect for pairing with a boho wedding dress. It’s handmade from yellow gold, but you can also buy it in rose and white gold too.
Infinity Twig Ring – Chupi
The infinity twig ring from Chupi is a refreshing alternative to a polished plain gold wedding band. The textured finish comes from the gold being cast in a mould created from a piece of bark from a cherry tree and it’s available in a yellow gold, rose gold or white gold finish.
Vera Wang White Gold and Diamond Wedding Ring – Ernest Jones
If a Vera Wang wedding gown simply isn’t in your wedding budget then perhaps a Vera Wang wedding ring might be? Unlike a traditional diamond eternity band, this 18ct white gold wedding band features a double row of diamond for some extra sparkle.
Diamond Crown Ring – Annoushka
This ring is perfect for the queen of your heart! A diamond eternity style band is given added glitter to create a stunning crown effect that is totally unique and simply stunning. This gorgeous design is by Annoushka and available at Liberty London.
Crown of Love Grey Diamond Wedding Ring – Chupi
Add some sparkle to your wedding band with the addition of grey diamonds. This gold and diamond wedding ring from Chupi has a textured gold band and holds five twinkling grey diamonds.
White Gold and Diamond Bar Set Wedding Ring – Ernest Jones
Add some extra embellishment to your wedding ring finger with this impressive diamond wedding band from Ernest Jones. Baguette set diamonds sit between small solitaire diamonds to create a unique wedding ring style.
Gold and Red Eternity Ring – Satomi Kawakita
For a truly unique wedding ring, this gold and red gemstone band by Satomi Kawakita at Liberty London is a stunning choice. The ring features garnets, brown diamonds, sapphires and rubies to create a glittering array of red tones.
Solid Gold Pebble Wedding Ring – Alison Moore Designs
This solid gold pebble wedding ring from Alison Moore Designs manages to be both simple and completely unusual. Round pebble shapes join together to create this elegant and timeless design – the ring is available in rose gold, white gold or yellow gold.
Cypress Leaf Band Ring – Brandts Jewellery
Add some botanical style to your wedding ring with this leaf band design from Brandts Jewellery. If you have a simple engagement ring and want to add some unique style to your look then this wedding ring could be perfect for you and is available in yellow gold, white gold or rose gold.
Sapphire and Diamond Eternity Ring – Goldsmiths
Give a traditional diamond eternity band an unusual finish with the addition of sapphires. It would be the perfect something blue for your big day! We love this elegant style from Goldsmiths.
Unusual Men’s Wedding Rings
Get creative with your wedding band by opting for a textured finish, unique materials or unusual design. We take a closer look at a selection of our favourite unusual men’s wedding rings.
Infinity Is Too Short Gold Wedding Ring – Chupi
This solid gold textured wedding ring from Chupi is cast from a piece of bark from a cherry tree and is a lovely option if you and your other half want to choose matching wedding rings. It’s also available in white gold.
Star Map Wedding Ring – Isabella Day
If your relationship was written in the stars then this star map wedding ring from Isabella Day is perfect for you. It features a map of the stars in the sky on a specific date so you could choose the date you met or when you got engaged.
Whiskey Barrel Oak Men’s Wedding Ring – Jewellery by Johan
This unique oak men’s wedding ring from Jewellery by Johan is made from oak whiskey barrels from Tennessee. The ring is completed with a high polish finish and framed by titanium, a truly unique design.
Fingerprint Wedding Ring – J Ring Studio
At first glance there doesn’t appear to be anything unusual about this wedding ring from J Ring Studio but on the inside of the ring appears the fingerprint of the one you love. It’s a beautiful sentimental choice for an unusual wedding ring.
White Gold and Rose Gold Two Tone Wedding Ring – Goldsmiths
Mixing two metals is a perfect way to give a traditional style wedding ring a contemporary and unusual finish. This white gold and rose gold style from Goldsmiths is simple but unique and beautifully crafted.
Carbon Fibre Rose Gold Wedding Ring – Anthony Alferev Rings
This carbon fibre wedding ring from Anthony Alferev Rings has a band of rose gold running through the centre. We love the mix of the matte finish and the polished rose gold that creates an unusual look.
Sun and Moon Interlocking Rings – WeddingRingsStore
If you love the idea of matching wedding rings then these interlocking bands from Etsy take this to the next level. When placed together, the two rings join like a piece of a puzzle, perfect for you and your other half.
Are you still looking for the perfect wedding rings? If you want to add some serious sparkle then browse our favourite eternity rings.