They chose walnut as their primary wood (more on that in a moment) with inlays of dark figured Bethlehem Olive wood and a full moon inlay of Aspen for Sarah`s ring.
Eric and Sarah were engaged in Cornwall in the traditional Welsh fashion, where a carved wooden spoon is presented rather than a ring. Their spoon was made of walnut, which is why they wanted walnut rings. They shared a picture of their spoon and were hoping the rings might be somewhat similar in terms of color and grain.
David used our Heritage Black Walnut to mirror the figure in their beautiful spoon.
They were kind enough to let us share a few pictures from their wedding, and they wrote:
We had our shindig in the Catskills and took some time out while we were still in the mountains to do a little photo shoot. The rings are on the chicken foot ring holder that I made for them -- don't worry, just a plaster cast, not a real foot :)
We fashioned the broom out of an aspen walking stick that Eric had made when we lived in Colorado... partly why I wanted aspen wood in my ring :) Thank you both again, we love the rings and have received so many compliments on how lovely they are. We'll cherish them forever! Best wishes, Sarah and Eric.
Now happily married, Sarah and Eric are moving back to Colorado and excited about the next chapter in their lives.
It has been wonderful to meet you both (hopefully we`ll meet in person one day too) and we had so much fun working with you on your rings. Thanks so much Eric and Sarah!
We`ll sign off with this old Welsh Blessing.
Wishing you a house full of sunshine, hearts full of cheer, love that grows deeper each day of the year.