5 Fresh Nature Inspired Wedding Rings

As a mountain bride you want stylish wedding rings that stand out from the crowd and refer to your love of nature. 

Fragments is a NYC-based jewelry boutique, featuring  handmade jewelry by US designers. But you don't have to travel to Manhattan to nab one of these gorgeous pieces. Fragments has a robust selection of fine and fashion jewelry online, including one of my favorite designer, K Brunini, who specializes in fine jewelry inspired by nature. Other designers include: Melissa Joy Manning, Alex Supkus, Borgioni, Etho, Elizabeth Cole, and Mallory Marks (to name a few).

Here are my top five fresh nature-inspired wedding rings from Fragments.

Plain Twig Ring

K BRUNINI

Gents twig ring see more at http://www.fragments.com/

Nothing says nature like this sweet understated plain twig ring by K Brunini. It can be worn as a wedding ring or given as a gift to the bride on her wedding day.

Rutilated Diamond Halo Ring

MELISSA JOY MANNING

rutilated diamond halo ring see more at http://www.fragments.com/

Melissa Joy Manny marries modern with organic in this gorgeous unstructured diamond halo ring. The perfect piece for the Mountain Modernista!

Gents Twig Ring

K BRUNINI

Plain Twig Ring see more at http://www.fragments.com/

Handsome handcrafted twig ring in classic yellow gold is a perfect wedding band for a nature-loving groom.

Starburst Set Band

KALAN 14K

starburst set band see more at http://www.fragments.com/

This  beautiful unstructured starburst diamond band set in rose gold is perfect for the romantic bride who loves diamonds

Antler Ring

K BRUNINI

Antler ring see more at http://www.fragments.com/

Tell me this isn't your absolute favorite ring ever. A perfect engagement ring for the new traditionalist. Classic teardrop diamond is set yellow gold, but the antler design gives it a woodland twist.

What's your favorite nature-inspired wedding or engagement ring?


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