10 creative wedding ring shots

10 Creative Wedding Ring Shots


10 creative wedding ring shots

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!

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Ellie Martin Cliffe (104 Posts)

By the end of high school, Ellie Martin Cliffe was completely enamored of journalism, so she chose the most logical college major possible: anthropology. Disappointed by the minimal emphasis on writing and editing, she changed tracks and earned a comm degree from Carroll College. Ellie has since tackled many facets of the field including books, magazines and the Web at places like The Knot and Reader's Digest. She now works full time in book publishing, and is thrilled to get her wedding fix with WedInMilwaukee.com. When she isn’t wielding her (red) pen, Ellie can be found in the garden, at any concert that showcases a fiddle, playing pub trivia or in the kitchen. She and her husband live in Riverwest with their hedgehog, Guinness, and grapefruit tree, Sprout.

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