White Gold Personalized Rings: A Glowing Identity 

August 21, 2017 | By | Reply More


When your identity is found in Christ, your identity never changes. You are always a child of God. ~ Tim Tebow

Finding your identity in Christ manifests in your whole life, especially in your oneness expressed through your marriage. So finding wedding bands that articulate just what you want your married life to be like is akin to taking a breath of fresh air. Our beautifully engraved white gold band states your desire for that oneness so wonderfully stated in Song of Songs where King Solomon writes “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.” In both men’s and women’s sizes, it is the perfect way to voice your commitment to your betrothed “from this day forward.” Also available in yellow gold in our “I Am My Beloved’s and My Beloved Is Mine” Wedding Band, 14K Gold. See all our gorgeous Christian Wedding Bands!


Religion and culture are two important ways in which we as humans find our identity. That’s certainly true for me. ~ Gene Luen Yang

Your identity changes when you become a bride or a groom, and one way to celebrate that difference is in wearing a wedding band that commemorates what you vowed to be on your wedding day. Your special vows are laser engraved on the inside of the band for accuracy and quality as shown in our beautiful hammered wedding vow ring in 14k white gold, but it is also available as our Hammered Wedding Vow Ring in 14k Yellow Gold or in platinum by request. You can choose from our traditional and non-traditional wedding vows or ones you have written yourself. Here are some examples.

Groom: “I take this woman to be my lawfully wedded wife, promise to love and cherish her, in sickness and health, for richer or poorer, for better or worse, and forsaking all others keep myself only unto her, for so long as I live.”

Bride: “I take this man to be my lawfully wedded husband, promise to love and cherish him, in sickness and health, for richer or poorer, for better or worse, and forsaking all others keep myself only unto him, for so long as I live.”

See more of our special collection of Personalized Wedding Rings for more inspiration.


Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter. – Brad Henry

A mother’s identity is tied up in her children, and it is this special recognition that makes this elegant, Edwardian-inspired mother’s ring so extraordinary. Especially when they are grown and have flown the nest, a women needs to express herself as a mother. This 14k white gold ring is the perfect way. Although the traditional mother’s ring features the birthstones of her children, it could just as easily honor her parents or siblings. A brand new ring fashioned from actual tools from the Edwardian period. Four 5mm stones of her choice will speak volumes about her love of family! Take note of our splendid collection of Gemstone Rings, too!


An identity would seem to be arrived at by the way in which the person faces and uses his experience. ~ James Baldwin

Sometimes our identity begs to be expressed in a new and different way. This beautiful bar ring can reflect you in styles that are a bit playful, romantic, or even elegant as you choose what you want it to say (up to eight characters). The highly polished, 14k white gold band perfectly complements the satin brush finish on the bar portion of the ring. You can wear this ring alone and make a declaration of who you are, or wear it along with other rings for a fashion statement that says it all. Also available as our Silver Engraveable Bar Ring if that’s the material you prefer. See our amazing collection of Personalized Jewelry for lots of gift ideas.


Category: Antique-Style Jewelry, Birthstone Jewelry, Christian Jewelry, Personalized Jewelry, Wedding Rings

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Susannah Wollman is first and foremost a Christian, dedicated to her God and Savior, Jesus Christ. She lives in Lewisville, TX, with her husband. They attend Gateway Church in Southlake, TX, where they are involved in the Messianic Ministry.

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