Bilingual wedding rings are thoughtfully designed to relate to each-other in a subtle and symbolic way – jewellery that embodies the special bond and connection a couple shares. They tend to fall into three categories: matching, complimentary and custom. To give you an idea, here are a few precious memories from our wonderful customers with their special wedding rings.
1. Matching Wedding Rings
For this gorgeous wedding in Kangaroo Valley, the bride and groom chose matching white gold ‘Facet‘ rings, which symbolise the many sides of their relationship.
Charlotte and Reece with their ‘Union‘ rings
Our ‘Momento‘ ring featured at this vibrant tropical wedding and included the couple’s special date in Roman numerals inside their white gold bands.
2. Complimentary Wedding Rings
The ‘Echo’ wedding collection reflects a couple’s unique connection with a hidden pattern of the bride’s ring within the groom’s strong, contemporary band: a romantic secret for you to share! We have a variety of patterns available or can create a unique pattern just for you!
Miranda and her husband wore coordinated yellow gold pieces from our ‘Eclipse‘ range.
3. Custom Designed Wedding Rings
These contemporary white and rose gold wedding rings feature unique organic shapes, subtle contrasts and a precious garnish of diamonds. His features an elongated treble cleff and hers embodies the rhythm of music.
Made from the same rose gold, these designer wedding rings compliment each-other’s form and feature channel-set gems that symbolise their journey as a couple. The diamonds represent the number of years they had known each other and the Australian sapphire marks their heritage.