We feature over 30 beautiful wedding ring and engagement ring photos captured for our latest collection.
Photo by Nabis Photographers /Chiara Ridolfi – I was in Tuscany waiting for an outdoor ceremony. I thought to shot the wedding rings in a natural ambient joining the wedding details with the nature, leaves.
Photo by Damion Mower Photography – This photo was taken on the wedding gift table at Hannah and Ben’s beautiful Ashdown Park Hotel wedding earlier this month.
The bokeh comes from a small tea light lantern and the ornamental gems on the table set the ring off perfectly.
Photo by Jasmin & Matt Photography / Jasmin Pichlyk – Kristen & Michael’s opulent wedding & engagement rings are complimented by the dreamy, ephemeral & soft beauty of her bouquet, consisting of roses & baby’s breath. Photo taken at Azul Fives in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Photo by Martelle Photography / Martin – Taken at Crewe Hall near Stoke (although you cannot tell!) We always try to get creative with rings – it s a bit of a passion for us. We are looking at the elements at present to see what we can do ….. this is water.
Photo by The Gibson – The bride had bought this gorgeous little box to sit her ring into for photos. I wanted a simple clean shot as the box and the ring speak for themselves.
Photo by Laura Grace Photography – Symbolising their love being in their hands, this shot was set up in the grounds of the Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel in Usk.
Photo by Dominic Smith Photography – This photo was captured at Buxted Park Hotel in Sussex at the wedding of Heather and Kerry. I have always made a point of capturing photos of the rings and I always try to link this to the couple or their venue. This location is a very popular photo for couple photos and I thought that I would use it for capturing the bride and groom’s rings.
Photo by Matt Selby photography – The center pieces were large martini glasses filled with fake snow. I thought this would make a great scene for a ring shot so I emptied the contents of the martini glass (apart from the snow crystals) and gently places the rings inside. I lit it with a video light and this was the result.
Photo by Tiree Dawson Photography – An in camera double exposure in the last of the daylight at Stacey and Anthony’s Lakeland wedding.
Photo by Maxine Howells Photography – This was taken at Miskin Manor, near Llantrisant at Jane and Tim’s wedding.
At this point, I was face down on the floor, trying to balance the groom’s ring in between the floorboards. After a few shots and a dirty top, I think I got there in the end.
Photo by Ebourne Images – Rose & Darren’s winter wedding reception took place by the seaside in Bexhill. For their ring shot I wanted to capture the beach feeling. I could not dare to place the rings onto the choppy sea however simply putting them on the pebbles did the trick. They loved the shot.
Photo by Lynne Kennedy Photography – This shot of the wedding rings and engagement ring was taken on a glass side table in the bride’s bedroom. I took a few shots but wanted something to add some colour interest so I placed a golden coloured cushion at the edge of the table and shot with a macro lens.
Photo by Art by Design / Steve Wheller – The bride wanted something a little different with the ring shot. This was taken just outside the church.
Photo by Butterfly Photography – I just loved the reflections of this ring positioned on a glass table with window light hitting it. IT was taken in Ballyseede Castle in Ireland.
Photo by Indiego Photography
Photo by Hana Laurie Alternative Wedding Photographer – Dave + Chloe had an underlying fox theme for their festival wedding last year, and I found this little fox ring holder in a charity shop and just knew I had to get it for them as a gift. Dave and the Groomsmen wore fox waistcoats handmade by his Mum, fox bunting and a teeny bouquet charm.
Photo by Mick Cookson Photography – These are Kat’s rings, photographed at The Crazy Bear in Stadhampton. During the bridal preparations for Kat & Glynne’s wedding, I saw this funky sofa and carefully positioned the rings to give me a more commercial feel to the shot. With a little careful bounce flash, I got what is my favourite rings shot I’ve ever taken.
Photo by Samantha Pennini – Shhhhh! Ring speaking!
Photo by Matt Guest Photography – This shot was taken at the Pheasantry Brewery, which is a beautiful wedding venue on the outskirts of Lincolnshire. Id just finished taking shots of the couple together when I noticed the sun shine right off Laurens wedding ring, so I quickly putt my 100mm macro lens on to capture the detail of her new wedding ring.
Photo by Aaron Storry Photography – I love an outdoor ceremony! Becky and Andrea’s wedding was in the most gorgeous spring light, and best of all (with a long lens) I could shoot unobstructed from 360 degrees. When it came to the moment I was fortunate enough to be perched just behind Becky with a 135mm lens.. I love this little detail, it’s completely unposed and something a little different.
Photo by Samie Lee photography – This ring shot was taken at bridal prep for a Canterbury cathedral wedding with Morwenna & Josh, I always like to put the ring somewhere different and as the ring was green I thought the plant was a perfect colour match.
Photo by Darren Hendry – Taken during bridal prep for a wedding in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Used the magnifying glass for some major close up deets.
Photo by Kelsie Low Photography – The juxtaposition is what draws me towards this image, the contrast between the super glamorous ring and simple, natural background.
Photo by Sam & Louise – Our wonderful couple Kelly & Tom incorporated lots of personal touches into their day- including a love of Batman and Lego! So when we realised they’d had themselves leggo-fied (is that a word!?) as bride and bat-groom we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to include them with the ring shot!
Photo by Sam & Louise – This photo is actually quite a few years old now, but still one of our very favourite ring shots!
It was taken when sweet tables were still quite a new trend in weddings and it was going down an absolute storm with the guests. They loved it! So we decided to incorporate the sweets into a photo some how for our beautiful brides Claire & Jo.
Photo by Andrei Dumitrache – Documentary Wedding Photographer – I made this picture during the preparation of the groom. He told me that those toy cars have a great sentimental value for them, and I came up with the idea of making a creative photo along with the wedding rings.
Photo by Wedding Footeography – I took this picture just before the wedding ceremony of Emma and Nathan Bundy in 2014. I knew them both from school when they first got together, but we lost touch, so I was really overjoyed when they asked me to photograph their wedding so many years on. For me, this photograph represents their relationship from adolescence to adulthood, full of colour and life that has carried on from school days to now.
Photo by Robin Ball Photography – Both Nick and Keeley had an X (The Roman numeral for 10) tattooed on their ring fingers to celebrate their 10 year anniversary, which also happened to be their wedding day.
Photo by Cat Lane Weddings – I was really struck by how unique Tabitha’s engagement ring was, made from rose gold with circular stone settings. I believe it was a bespoke design but made with a family diamond – a really beautiful piece of jewellery and a pleasure to photograph.
Photo by Artem Graphe – With those vibrant purple sparkly shoes the first thought that came to mind for this detail shot was “Gold!” so I quickly grabbed a 5 in 1 reflector for the shoes to sit on, slipped the rings down the centre strap of the shoes and admired the sparkles!