GIVEAWAY: WIN A Personalised Wedding Ring Box With Woodstorming

Oh the gorgeous giveaway’s just keep coming and today I have a goody that I know will be a winner for engaged couples! Thanks to the team at WOODSTORMING (seriously check out their shop, it is chocca with AMAZING ring boxes for your big day and beyond), I have one beautiful faceted box (as shown above) to giveaway to one very lucky reader!

Made of walnut and finished with ecological oil and wax, each box is cut by hand and personalised to include your names and the date of the wedding. A gorgeous keepsake for future generations and a great place to keep your rings safe in the lead up to the day (would make a fab photo prop too!). To enter simply shimmy on down to the end of this post (and check out some my other favourites on the way!) xox

Oh and do check out their incredible Instagram feed for behind the scenes inspiration!




“Every day we hear new, interesting stories about engagement and wedding plans: high in the mountains, on the beach, in the forest, during vacation to an exotic country, and so on. Our task is to think not only about the ring box itself, but also all of the small details, like packing everything carefully to avoid giving any clues about what’s inside.

Because every box has a story, our job is never boring. It’s amazing to communicate with so many different people and imagine our creations traveling all over the world! And we always enjoy seeing the happy couples’ engagement and wedding photos.”

– Audrius and Virginija, Woodstorming




“Our vision is to create things better and inimitable – that every person who purchases or gets Woodstorming creation could feel special. The whole idea is built on this and we enjoy creation process and do everything from scratch ourselves.

Our designs require a lot of handwork and are made with great attention to detail. It is amazing to see a plain piece of wood turn into something special. We often try to think about what we could make that would surprise our customers. Our inspiration comes from a strong desire to create new and better things.”

– Audrius and Virginija, Woodstorming


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