An age-old custom, exchanging rings is a part of many cultures’ wedding ceremonies—the United States included. Since rings symbolize never-ending love and fidelity, why not ask your photographer to take photos of yours?
Here, Milwaukee-area pros share some of their favorite ring photos. It’s not surprising, but there seem to be as many styles, settings and configurations as we have photographers!
Take a look, get inspired and scroll down to learn more about the images and the people who shot them. We know at least one of these ring photos will earn a place of honor on your Pinterest board.
Photos, top to bottom:
1) Model your rings (and your mani!) like newlyweds Sara and Austin did here. Photograph: I Do Photography
2) Follow Abby and Zak’s lead and have your rings photographed on a meaningful logo. Photograph: Ellagraph Studios
3) Salute the season—Lauren and Doug’s fall date called for a pine cone to co-star in this ring shot. Photograph: Reminisce Studio by Miranda & Adam
4) Offer a peek at the engraving, as photographer Craig did with Abby and Nate’s rings. Photograph: Craig John Photography
5) Have your photo capture the wedding style, such as a rustic, rough-hewn beam in Alyse and Eric’s shot. Photograph: Something Blue Images
6) Kill two birds with one stone—photographer Jenna showed off Britta and Drew’s invitation and rings at the same time. Photograph: Photographs by Jenna Leigh
7) Give props to your location, such as the great state of Wisconsin in Kirby and Ryan’s case. Photograph: Valo Photography
8) Take advantage of your surroundings, a tactic photographer Jake used at Beth and Adam’s wedding. Photograph: Valo Photography
9) Emily and Owen’s rings really pop off a patterned backdrop, so keep an eye out for interesting fabrics and papers that complement your theme or locale. Photograph: Craig John Photography
10) Nod to something edible—Sara and Nick gave strawberry jam as favors at their al fresco wedding, and these sweet morsels were part of the display. Photograph: Photographs by Jenna Leigh
Editor’s note: Please respect the talent of these photographers. When pinning, be sure to credit them!