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As if you didn't already have a million minuscule wedding decisions on your plate, you need to add picking a wedding ring box to your checklist. Traditionally, couples have used ring pillow cushions for transporting the jewels the day of, but this is the 21st century, people! Cool, creative ring boxes and dishes that speak to each unique wedding theme and style are more abundant than ever. Choose your container wisely—this precious little vessel has to transport your rings down the aisle in one piece while in the capable hands of your trusty ring bearer. These pretty boxes and dishes are also the perfect thing to add to your vanity or nightstand long after the wedding festivities are over.
To avoid any wedding day disasters (like an officiant losing one of the rings) check out our roundup of the best ring box options for storing your wedding jewels. These ideas marry practicality and functionality with chic designs fit for any bride and groom. Plus, you can use your wedding ring box after the big day to store any other mini accessories or transform into the decor.
Here, the best ring boxes.
The Duo Studio Custom Engraved Wedding Ring Box
Modernize your jewel storage with a cool spin on classic initial personalization. The wood makes it a perfect touch for rustic weddings, as well.
French Bulldog Trinket Box
Want to incorporate your pooch into the wedding? Even if your canine didn't get an invite, it can still be there in spirit.
Olivia Riegel Windsor Decorative Ring Holder
Titled the "Windsor" holder, you can pretend you're part of the British royal fam on your wedding day minus the extravagant royal budget. Consider yourself the new Meghan Markle.
Gregolino Double Wedding Ring Box
For a more traditional style (that will perfectly complement a white wedding dress!), safely store the rings in this personalized keepsake that you can cherish long after you say "I do."