From the beautiful Oscar de la Renta strapless wedding gown to the romantic mountaintop setting in Montana, the details of Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish's weekend nuptials have inspired a twinge of envy in all of us!
And now, get a glimpse of Bosworth's sparkling custom wedding bands (that's right, not one, but two rings!), designed by luxury jeweler Ocappi!
The dazzling rings were completely handmade and set in platinum, requiring over 36 hours of labor to create these unique designs—but entirely worth it, if you ask us!
Kate's sparklers were designed to seamlessly complement her 1920s Art Deco engagement ring, with 18 brilliant baguette diamonds set horizontally on one, and the other boasting 12 of the same gemstone, one to represent each month of the year.
Oh, how sweet it is!
Ocappi creative director Haki Abehsera tells E! News, "Collaborating with Kate was so wonderful, because she such a great style sense, that it made the creative process so vivid. She expressed how much she loved her engagement ring and how she wanted something to accompany it without taking too much attention away from it."
And from the look of things, they achieved the perfect effect.
Both bands are immaculate and modern, but with a hint of rare vintage inspiration that makes them extra-special.
Bosworth said in a statement, "The design of the wedding band is based off the design of the engagement ring—which is a 1920s Art Deco design. On the engagement ring, there are two delicate baguettes supporting the main diamond. We wanted to create a wedding band that incorporated 12 of these diamond baguettes for each month of the year. We both appreciate a classic, clean design in all aspects of our lives. This ring is a perfect representation of our aesthetic."