5 unique ring boxes for your elopement wedding

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the way you bring your rings to Elope Niagara's little log wedding chapel has never looked so beautiful

Bringing your rings to Elope Niagara’s little log wedding chapel has never looked so beautiful

Looking for unique ways to make your elopement wedding your own?  How about a really cool container to bring your wedding rings to the chapel?

We get to see the coolest DIY keepsake ring boxes from the couples that come to the Little Log Wedding Chapel in Niagara. These unique ring boxes are great for photos and a fun way to make your elopement that much more special. You can keep with a theme that you may have whether it is seaside, rustic or Halloween.

You can use a color theme to match your bouquet. Some brides buy a special container, some hand-make their own or you can always do what one couple did and bring the rings in a zip lock bag!  Whatever works for you to make your wedding elopement special and uniquely your own. It’s truly one of the best parts about eloping!  There is no right or wrong, there are no traditions you have to adhere to, it’s your day have it your way!

Here are 5 great ideas to help you get started planning your elopement:

  1. Buy a wooden box from a craft store and have someone who does wood burning engrave your initials or nicknames on it.
  2. Buy a heart shaped box from a craft store that has already got a motif on it or a blank one and paint it your own design
  3. Bring your rings in a clutch bag and when it comes time to do the ring exchange during the ceremony it’s a romantic way to reach for the rings! Great for Vintage style!
  4. Themed weddings are so much fun! It’s easy to find something to match your particular theme –you can be as creative as you wish!  On a book, in a seashell, in a toy car, or antique jewellery case or why not a miniature coffin at  Halloween!?
  5. When all else fails, remember you could always bring the rings to the chapel in a Zip lock baggie!
A Coffin box for your Halloween themed elopement make it that much more unique!

A Coffin box for your Halloween themed elopement.

Wood burning  your initials or nicknames on it as a personal touch.

Wood burning your initials or nicknames on it as a personal touch

For more information about Elope Niagara packages click here: https://www.elopeniagara.com/pricing/niagara-wedding-package/

Check out more creative ways our couples have brought their wedding rings…..

Incorporating flowers to your ring box adds such beauty when you elope in Niagara at our little log wedding chapel

Incorporating flowers to your ring box adds such beauty

When all else fails bring the rings to the chapel in a Zip lock baggie to our little log wedding chapel in Niagara!

A zip lock baggie has never looked more romantic.

 

Bring your rings in a clutch bag and when it comes time to do the ring exchange during the ceremony it’s a romantic way to reach for the rings! Great for Vintage style!

Vintage Clutch bag to carry your rings is a romantic way to reach for the rings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Heart Shaped box is an adorably classic way to carry your rings to your elopement.

A Heart Shaped box is an adorably classic way to carry your rings to your elopement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT US: Elope Niagara’s Little Log Wedding Chapel is the creation of Kim and Kathy, both professional photographers in the Niagara area for 25 years. From a drawing on a paper napkin to its fruition this wedding chapel was designed and built with a lot of love. Based on small wedding customer’s feedback throughout the years, the chapel is 104 sq. ft. of cute, cozy and quaint. It is equipped with air conditioning, heat and has indoor/outdoor privacy located on a log home country waterfront setting just 10 minutes from the busy city of Niagara Falls. With over 25 years’ experience in the Niagara wedding industry Kim and Kathy strive to provide stress-free one stop shopping including intimate wedding and vow renewal ceremonies, wedding photography with props on site, and many add-ons available.

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