From Scotland to Hawaii!

We love nothing more than seeing our rings in action – on fingers, out and about, and at weddings. The rings are always such a treasured and important part of the ceremony, which we are honored to contribute to. Today we received some amazing photos from customer Lauren and her new husband Bart, who just got married in beautiful Hawaii. The customer’s grandmother’s diamonds from her own wedding and engagement rings were set into the new rings, to refresh it for the next generation while retaining all the sentiment.

Moray engagement ring

Bart chose the Moray ring in Platinum for Lauren by himself. Lauren is very active in sports, fitness and outdoors life, and he knew she would need a practical ring so she didn’t always have to take it off. The Moray is perfect for this purpose with its twist shoulders and half bezel setting, protecting the center diamond on both sides. Bart also commented he thought the design looked like a wave in the ocean, which is perfect for them as they call the Hawaiian islands home as well as their wedding location – lucky pair! The custom wedding band is set with her grandmothers’ own wedding ring stones, and fits seamlessly against the engagement ring, making a breathtaking sparkly and stunning set.

Moray engagement ring

Bart chose a Harris ring in Platinum for himself – it has enough nature-inspired design to feel special and match Lauren’s in style, while the engraved chevron pattern gives a simply classic feel.

Moray set and Harris mens band

We love these photos set in the stunning natural paradise of Hawaii. Thank you Bart and Lauren, congratulations from all at MaeVona, and may these rings bring you many years of happiness together xox

Moray set and Harris mens band

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