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Trinity Knot Wedding Bands: Three Layers of Symbolism

Trinity Knot Wedding Bands: Three Layers of Symbolism

There’s a lot more to trinity knot wedding bands than an eye-catching design! The three-loop emblem that adorns these rings, also known as the triqeutra, is rich with symbolism, and there are multiple ways to interpret it. Let’s take a look at three. The three loops represent the three persons Read More

March 24, 2014 | By More
Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Thinking about getting matching wedding bands? While you could go with traditional plain rings, brides and grooms seeking a coordinated look have options far beyond simple, classic styles. Braided wedding bands, hammered styles and Celtic looks are all excellent options for couples who want to celebrate Read More

September 27, 2013 | By More
Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is far more than a chance to show off your best green sweater—it’s the feast day of St. Patrick, a man known for spreading Christianity in Ireland. Trinity knot wedding bands, pieces that incorporate a meaningful Celtic knot, call to mind the same message of faith Read More

March 17, 2013 | By More
Best Wedding Rings. The Apples of Gold Top 100

Best Wedding Rings. The Apples of Gold Top 100

You’re an individualist, a one-of-a-kind. You want your life, your attitude, your style, and your wedding ring to be a reflection of the unique creation that you are. But admit it—aren’t you a little curious to see what other couples are choosing for their wedding rings? While you certainly Read More

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A Wedding Band with Infinite Possibilities

A Wedding Band with Infinite Possibilities

A wedding band is a piece of jewelry that is worn proudly every day of your married life.  It represents the vows you make before God and family, the love you share with your spouse, and it possibly represents a family tradition to be passed down from generation to generation. With that in mind, Read More

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