Thursday, October 1, 2015

Amazon Flat Black Ceramic Ring Brushed with Rainbow Groove

Amazon Flat Black Ceramic Ring Brushed with Rainbow Groove

This one of a kind style from our black ceramic rings collection is simply unique.  This black ceramic wedding band is brushed and has a very colorful grooved rainbow that represents all the joy and happiness that a rainbow brings. This ring can be worn as a Wedding Band, Promise Ring, or just as an amazing ring for you or your loved one. 

Product Specifications:

        Ring Width: 4 mm - 8 mm
        Ring Thickness: 1.5 mm - 2.3 mm
        Approx. Ring Weight: 2 - 5 grams
        Fit Type: Comfort Fit
        Manufacturing Timeframe: 1 Business Day
        Returns & Exchanges Policy: 30 Days
        Shipping Time: 2 Days (Free Bonus!)
        Product Warranty: Lifetime (Free Bonus!)
        Extra Gift: Deluxe Ring Box (Free Bonus!)

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Planning Your Wedding With Other Financial Goals In Mind

Does having your dream wedding mean not being able to put a down payment on your dream home? The answer is “yes” to an alarming number of couples these days.
The Knot, a wedding planning a website, recently released a study where they found the current average cost for a wedding in 2014 was $31,213 (not including the honeymoon). If the average cost of a wedding in the U.S. is over $30,000, how are couples supposed to maintain their other major financial goals? The issue is that the expectations for weddings have continually increased and couples are incessantly feeling the pressure to keep up.
Considering the price of a new home in the U.S. is around $200,000, a 10 percent down payment on that home would be $20,000!
Thus, more and more people are trying to figure out how to have the wedding of their dreams without breaking the bank or delaying their joint start on life together. Couples are saving considerable amounts of money through creative scheduling, alternative traditions, less expensive rings, direct planning and most important, planning their wedding as just one of many financial matters they'll need to navigate together. That's why more are scheduling a little financial planning before the wedding planning starts.
With The Knot reporting that more than half of weddings go over budget, how can they keep it cheap while still enjoying the wedding of a lifetime?

Marry off-season. The most popular wedding months are June and October, with longtime leader June losing ground as people marry later in life and not right out of school. The most popular day to get married is on a Saturday with a nighttime reception. If budget conscience couples were to consider a January wedding after the holiday rush is over -- cold weather wedding venues will be generally empty and well-priced. Weekend brunch weddings can be served buffet-style with more reasonably priced menu choices than an evening sit-down dinner.
Consider alternative venues. Farms, gardens, warehouses, art galleries and of course, family property can be a great value venue for a wedding. Most are prepared to host a wedding and may already have deals set up that the couples can take advantage of. Be sure to communicate catering needs to be sure that outside food and beverages will be allowed.
Watch the extras. From flowers to photography, wedding cake to wedding planners, there are affordable options if the couples do their due diligence. If a venue will let you supply your own flowers and decorations, plan far enough in advance to comparison shop and do your own pick-up and set-up if possible. Consider skilled amateur photographers who meet your tastes and budget and are looking to increase their portfolio. Consider having a signature drink instead of an open bar.
Become your own wedding planner. If you are organized and adept at shopping, negotiating and are willing to arrange all venue, food, service and entertainment aspects of your wedding, you'll see significant savings over hiring a wedding planner. Just don't let the workload overwhelm your big day. Be sure to recruit a trusted friend or family member to be the point person on the big day. They should be in charge of communication, payments, and issues on the wedding day.  
Plan a destination wedding. If you have a tight-knit group of friends and family members who are willing to travel -- or if you can pick up a small group’s bill -- a destination wedding can actually turn out to be significantly cheaper option than an in-town wedding with hundreds of guests, per-plate dining and reception entertainment. Resorts around the world and well-known destinations such as Las Vegas or Hawaii, offer attractive wedding packages that blend a ceremony and vacation getaway. The bonus is they are fully equipped for the wedding and most will do all the planning with you as part of the package.

Bottom line: As people’s expectation for a weddings are expensive, couples considering their long-term financial future will be best served searching for bargains, using non-traditional venues, considering alternative metals for their rings, and selectively using wedding services. All these together will help those who do not want their marriage celebration to overwhelm other equally important financial goals.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Wedding Anniversary Celebrations Through the Years and Gift Ideas

Wedding Anniversary Celebrations Through the Years and Traditional Gifts

First Anniversary

Your first anniversary is one of the most fun to celebrate, you’ve made it through your first year together! Not only will you get to take the top layer of your cake out of the freezer, but you’ll also exchange gifts with each other to celebrate your first year of wedded bliss. Paper is the traditional selection for the first anniversary. With this gift, you have many different options. Great gift ideas for paper would include a special framed photo, a photobook, a flight ticket somewhere together, or tickets to a special event.

Second Anniversary
For your second anniversary, cotton is the traditional gift to give. Getting some new clothing is a fun way to celebrate together, if you like shopping. Other great ideas include nice linens, towels, table décor such as tablecloths or place mats, and even a new area rug for your home.
A modern gift for the second anniversary would be a piece of art or home décor fashioned from china. This is a great way to start a home collection of decorations that uniquely expresses you personalities and how you want to set up and present your home.  
Third Anniversary
The traditional gift for the third anniversary is leather. This can come in the form of a leather jacket or coat, or leather accessories such as shoes, a belt or even a wallet or purse. A leather desk set is something that both of you could enjoy as well.
Crystal or glass is the more modern gift ideas for this third anniversary. Some fun gift ideas for this year are crystal candle holders, vases, stemware, or decanter sets. A decorative wall mirror is a beautiful gift idea for the third year of marriage.
Fourth Anniversary
Traditionally, fruit and flowers are given on the fourth anniversary. What girl doesn’t love a bouquet? A beautiful floral arrangement is always a wonderful gift. A fruit basket is a gift that can be enjoyed by everyone. If you want to combine the two, there are edible fruit “bouquets” you can have delivered, some of which have chocolate and yogurt covered fruit. If your spouse has a green thumb, a house plant or new flowers for the garden can be a great idea, too.
For a modern flair on the fourth year, give the gift of appliances. This can be any household appliance that you use in the home. Personal grooming appliances like hair styling tools, electric razors, and spa accessories are terrific options. Kitchen appliances like a specialty coffee maker are usually popular options.
Fifth Anniversary
Wood is the traditional gift for the 5-year mark. Great gift ideas include any type of wooden furniture or home décor to add to your collection. You may find some incredible wooden art that can add an interesting touch to the home. Evergreen plants or shrubs can be a wonderful wooden gift for the fifth year, as well.
Silver is the modern gift for the fifth year of marriage. Any type of silver table ware would be an ideal options, as well as silver serving accessories such as a silver serving set, silver tools like an engraved ladle or salad spoons, or even silver candlestick holders.
Sixth Anniversary
There are two very different historical traditional gifts for the sixth anniversary. The first, candy, is a fun (and delicious) way to celebrate. A box of chocolates or gourmet candy is a brilliant way to honor this anniversary. The older traditional gift is iron. This can include an array of different gift ideas for someone that you love. Home décor that is made of cast iron can be a beautiful addition to the home. A cast iron skillet for the chef in the family is a wonderful idea. If you love golfing, new golf clubs can be a wonderful gift made of iron.
The modern take on the sixth anniversary is wood. Any type of wooden home décor, art or furniture is a wonderful gift for this special year. Wooden kitchen accessories such as salad sets or wooden cutting boards make nice options. You can also think bigger and invest in wood floors or wooden patio coverings if you really would like to celebrate.
Seventh Anniversary
The seventh year of marriage can also be celebrated by two different types of traditional gifts. Wool is this first tradition and can be given in the form of clothing or blankets. Copper is the other traditional gift usually associated with the seventh anniversary. There are many different ideas for copper gifts available that might include a copper tray or bowl or copper vase.
Desk sets are typically the modern gift for this anniversary. Any type of leather desk set is beautiful, as is a personalized set. Beautiful types of wooden desk sets are also available.
Eighth Anniversary
For the eighth anniversary celebration, the traditional gift is pottery. Pottery is a gift that is so easy and fun to find. Any type of home décor, decorative art or kitchen accessory can be a wonderful idea for a traditional eighth anniversary gift. There are also many pottery studios that will help you make and decorate pottery of your own, which makes for a great date night.
A modern gift idea for this anniversary is linens or lace. Decorative lace table runners, doilies, or antique decorative blankets would be an ideal and ironic modern gift idea. Every home always needs extra linens. Table cloths, towels, or sheet sets are great gifts for this anniversary celebration as you move into almost a decade of marriage.
Ninth Anniversary
Willow is the traditional gift for the ninth anniversary. Special wicker furniture, baskets and art are great ideas for a gift for this year. A beautiful wicker rocker, a wicker bed side table, or a fun picnic basket would be wonderful treats for any couple.
Leather is the modern gift for this date. Leather clothes, jackets, desk accessories, or furniture are each great idea gifts for spouses to celebrate with.
Tenth Anniversary
Tin and/or aluminum share the tenth anniversary spot for ideal traditional gift presents. Home décor items made of these, such as wall décor, wall art, candle tins, tin flower vases, or tin and aluminum tableware are great ideas for this special celebration.
The more modern gift ideas for the tenth anniversary are most likely more desirable. Diamond jewelry is becoming the modern gift for your tenth wedding anniversary celebration. A diamond anniversary band to match the wedding set is a perfect idea. Other ideas include earrings, necklaces, or bracelets.
Twentieth Anniversary

The traditional anniversary gift for the twentieth anniversary is china ware. China table accessories, such as a serving dish, spoon rest, or bowl set are wonderful gift ideas. Frames, figurines, and even picture frames also make great anniversary gifts.
The modern take on this anniversary is the gift of platinum. Platinum jewelry is one of the most meaningful gifts for the twentieth year of marriage. A platinum anniversary band to add to the wedding set is a great way to say “I love you” after twenty years.
Thirtieth Anniversary
The pearl is the traditional and modern gift for this special anniversary. Mother of pearl home accessories, jewelry, or simply pearls are each a great gift.
Fortieth Anniversary

The ruby is both the modern and traditional gift for this special anniversary. Ruby jewelry is an ideal present for celebrating 40 years of marriage. Ruby bracelets, pendants, earrings, or anniversary bands are perfect gifts to show how much you care.

Fiftieth Anniversary 

Celebrating fifty years of marriage is a big deal. It deserves a very important gift. Gold is both the traditional anniversary gift and the modern anniversary gift for this great celebratory date. Gold jewelry is the most popular gift idea, but gold-leafed tableware is also extremely popular. 

Friday, April 10, 2015

CAMO Inlay Rings

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Exploring the Unique Design of Tungsten Inlay Rings – Unique Tungsten Rings
Unique Tungsten Rings ( is proud to offer the latest in designer tungsten rings, those with beautiful and unique statement inlays. Three of the most popular types of inlays we carry are tungsten carbide rings inlaid with real and exotic wood, mother of pearl and brilliant blue, green, or red opal.

Recently rings with wood inlays and wooden rings have become extremely popular as consumer tastes grow beyond the traditional gold or silver wedding band.  There are only a handful of designers who make tungsten rings with wood inlay and even fewer who make the styles like our beautiful black ceramic rings. We are proud to be among the select retailers offering these unique rings and are excited to have 12 beautiful and exotic woods in our selection. These rings are sure to impress you and your partner while garnering compliments and admiration from all those who see your wood inlay ring.

Mother of pearl is the iridescent shiny lining inside of abalone and oyster shells. This beautiful material has been used in jewelry for thousands of years due to its lustrous property.  Mother of pearl is an shimmering material that displays many colors, changing depending on the angle of light.  This material is ideal as it displays many blue and green colors with some also showing grays, purples, yellows and reds.  This beautiful inlay is available in both tungsten and black ceramic rings. Your wedding day will shine with this ring representing your enduring and colorful love.

Opal stones naturally come in a variety of colors and the opals that we at offer are the most brilliant available. Our opals are sourced from the finest labs in Japan, where lab grown opals are conflict free and eco-friendly. It is important that we work with suppliers committed to the ecosystem and fair trade as we are. Opals are a brilliant and beautiful way to make a statement with your ring and with a bright blue-green color, emerald color, and fiery red color you will be sure to find one that suits you and your interests perfectly.

Saturday, January 31, 2015