Here Come the Rings: 8 Alternatives for the Ring Bearer

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While it is very common for a bride to decide to have the ring bearer carry the rings down the aisle on a pillow, some brides want to mix things up a little bit. So, why not?

There are many adorable and unique ways that your favorite little dude can carry your precious rings down the aisle securely and safely. While it may take a little bit of creativity and DIY action to create these ideas, it is totally worth it in the end! So whether you decide to create your own masterpiece or purchase it online, consider these options when figuring out how your ring bearer will go about his duty!

 

1. Glass Box with Moss

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Are you a natural bride that wants to incorporate nature as much as you possibly can on your big day? A little bit of moss can go a long way! You can probably find a small, glass box at a thrift store or Goodwill, and if not there, there are plenty online to purchase! This small and simple way to carry the rings will please any mother nature type bride.

 

2. Mr. and Mrs. Separated Ring Box

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Need a his and her twist on things? This separated ring box may be just what you need! This is perfect for any classy bride looking to walk down the aisle in a church. The small pillows underneath still give it the traditional look for a traditional bride, and the elegant “Mrs.” and “Mr.” is the icing on the cake!

 

3. Oak Ring Bearer Box

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If you are planning a rustic themed wedding or are going with a vintage theme, then incorporating this oak box is exactly what you are looking for. The initials add the perfect accent to the lid, and the circular dugout is the perfect way to rest the rings! You can easily do this yourself (if you are good with wood and enjoy being crafty) or purchase by clicking the button below!

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4. Brown Wood Ring Bearer Ring Holder

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This oak ring holder is another great addition for a rustic wedding! Instead of being an actual box with a lid, this oak holder puts a creative twist on things with two separate dugouts to hold the rings separately, and the scrapbook heart and initials gives it just the “oomph!” it needs! You can create this yourself or purchase by clicking the button below!

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5. Dog Ring Bearer Ring Collar

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Are you having your furry friend take the place of your ring bearer? Then of course one of the best ways for them to carry the rings down the aisle is by their dog collar! Incorporate a white, satin bow for a more classy and traditional wedding, and maybe some flowers or twine for a rustic or vintage theme!

 

6. Ring Bearer Birdcage

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This is definitely a unique twist on things! You do not have to be a bird lover to do this (although that would be pretty wonderful if you are!). For someone with an older vintage theme or are going for the simplistic standpoint, then this elegant, but oldish, birdcage will be just what you need!

 

7. Ring Bearer Book

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For the bookworm bride, this element simply hits the spot! This can easily be done yourself and simply requires deciding what shape you want to carve, whether it be a heart or a simple circle! You can incorporate your favorite book or a childhood one that means a lot to you. The options are endless when it comes to books!

 

8. Clam Shell in a Box Ring Holder

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Are you a beach crazed bride looking to make a simple statement? Incorporate a clam shell into your special day! Find a glass or plastic box and fill it up a little with sand, then find or purchase a shell you love. Then let your little beach dude walk down the aisle with this special incorporated element!

 

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