Leah and I are super lucky to have jewellery that was passed down to us, but there's lots of ways to upcycle your rings. If you have any ideas or solutions that you've used comment them below!
Wow how thoughtful and beautiful way to do your part to be environmentally friendly and respectful of the planet and people involved . You got beautiful rings with a loving story from your families and now you will add your own to them to pass them on to your kids. Win win story. Blessings to you guys!
So I'm crying now 😉 so happy for you guys!
Agh! Usually I watch videos at 2x speed (I talk fast, I like others to talk fast :p) but this was so beautiful and sweet I absorbed every normal-paced minute of it! I'm a materials engineer so I was expecting some ethical analysis on different types of stones and metals and was going to look into their compositions and durability, but this was so much sweeter. You two look so perfect for each other and I love that you allow us to see how happy you are and how much you care for each other <3 Beautiful example~
u guys are so cute. i am trying not to cry.
Who gave this a thumbs down?? 😤😠… They are very pure..so sweet ❤️
Old video but still so priceless!
That’s real love right there!!! Hope you guys stay happy forever!!
This is the cutest shit I've ever seen get rid of it immediately
Leah & Levi are actual couple goals. You guys are the cutest 💖
This was a great video. Belated congratulation to both of you. It was pleasant diversion on a hectic day.
Too cute. But not fair, they’re trying not to do the ugly cry 😆
He’s right. It was awesome. ❤️
Love this do much! This idea has been my dream since I watched blood diamond when I was a kid!
Couple goals 💜👏
Doh, you two are adorable 🙂
Would love to know who the local artist is who you worked with❤️such a beautiful story!!!!
We did something similar for my wedding. We had gotten gold jewellry from my mother in law before she passed away in cancer. She told us specifically to make something else out of them. So we got that gold recykled into wedding rings ☺️ At a local place. We felt that she would have really loved that.
You two are so sweet ♥️ I wish you joy and happy long lives together ♥️♥️♥️
This is a super great idea. Tbh me and my fiancee decided to do a similar thing just influenced by your story. Thanks for sharing it ♥️
My husband got my engagement ring from a local family owned pawn shop whom we have known for a long time. The ring is absolutely beautiful and the diamonds are incredible. After having it appraised they told us we got a fantastic deal. Now for our 5th year anniversary this year he got me a gorgeous upgrade from the same pawn shop, Same deal got it appraised and got a fantastic deal on the ring! So if you’re like us and didn’t have beautiful heirlooms passed down maybe you could check out local shops like we did. Especially if you don’t want to buy from big name jewelers. Just a thought ☺️
Dude is wearing vans though
So funny to hear you say your name. Hildebrand is a common last name here in Germany and of course it sounds a bit different when Germans say it.
My grandma (now 94 years old) misplaced her wedding ring less than 2 years into her marriage. Gramps was like "Tough Luck, I'm not replacing it."So for their many, many years of marriage, Gramps wore his ring and Grandma had her hand bare. It was, apparently, mortifying on many occasions when they'd need a hotel room during a trip or even when out on a date night together. Looots of presumptions that she must be "the Other Woman"! But they're both stubborn, so no replacement was ever purchased and I couldn't inherit a ring even if I wanted.
And given I've got 5 siblings+cousins older than me, the chances of being gifted a family ring even if one did exist are pretty nil. Were I to be wed, I'd probably get a silicone band for daily wear. Maybe a simple, thin gold or silver band for special occasions. I'd never want a brand-new diamond ring.
Oh my God, this is one of the purest emotion I witnessed today(it's quite late though) so congratulations 😻🤩🤗😹😹😹
So amazing! My wedding ring was made from my grandmother's wedding ring too 🙂
Those are so beautiful and with so much meaning. I never thought of this at all. Thank you❤
Both of you are adorable!