For so many people, engagement rings are one of the most exciting aspects of a wedding. They're eye-catching declarations of love that glimmer in the light, start conversations, and hint at a promising lifetime ahead.It shouldn't come as a surprise, then, that ring boxes hold great significance as well, given that they hold such a precious commodity. We've wrangled together some of the most heart-stopping, beautiful engagement rings around today and also pulled together some of our favourite ring box ideas to share with you today. From antique jewellery boxes to using books to hold your baubles for the wedding day, we've got you covered.
We're living in a technicolour world, so it only makes sense we should have ring boxes to match it. These jewel toned velvet boxes from The Mrs Box are the perfect home for your most precious jewels, and will be keepsakes your family can hold onto for generations.
I'm not going to admit how many times I've stared at this incredible ring today alone. Gorgeous ring boxes deserve to be filled with equally stunning rings, and this beauty from Ken & Dana Design absolutely fits the bill. How jaw-dropping is that twisted gold band?
You might notice a trend with velvet boxes, but how can we resist? They add the perfect element of vintage sophistication, harkening back to more glamorous eras in our past. The contrast of the tan and purple fabrics here is a total winner.
You don't have to rely on tradition, of course. So many different items can be used to store your baubles, and using an antique wooden box is a great way to present the rings on the wedding day. As an added bonus, the larger box makes it easier for ring bearers to hold onto as they walk down the aisle.
There's no reason why diamonds have to be the norm for engagement rings. This ring from Suzanne Kalan uses a topaz centre stone surrounded by white sapphires and the result is just as gorgeous as ever. A pavé band is the perfect accent to top off the design.
Here's another take on antique boxes - using a vintage piece to display your rings. We love the idea of using family heirlooms that can be passed down for generations to come, which is not only nostalgic but also eco-friendly.
What can be sweeter than wedding rings on a bed of moss? This vintage glass and gold chest is perfect for storing your rings, and makes a great piece for your ring bearer to proudly show off to the wedding guests.
Here's another gorgeous white diamond centre stone alternative that blows us away with every glance. An oval shaped stone is surrounded by a delicate smattering of diamonds for an absolutely unique piece that's sure to spark conversation and awe.
We've always loved the ideas of using a hollowed out book to display your wedding bands, and the idea of tucking in your vows as library checkout cards is too cute to resist.
This really solidifies our belief that vintage ring boxes are about as good as it gets. We love Art Deco ring boxes with velvety goodness. They're not easy to come by, so hold onto any you find. Most will come with a story of their own (one of our favourite aspects), but you can start all over with your own love stories.