A wedding band is something that is so hard to pick out for a man. I knew Pete would pick the perfect engagement ring for me (mostly because I gave him a lot of help when we looked together -- and because I sent him a photo of what I loved). The ring he picked for me was perfect.
For him, though, I got nervous. I was worried I wouldn't pick something perfect. I want something timeless, but something a unique.
That's where Komo Koa, maker of Koa Wood Rings, come in.
The rings fit every characteristic of what I think makes a great wedding band. The rings are made from titanium with a Koa wood inlay. Koa, if you're unaware, is a tree that's native to Hawaii. Pete was so excited when I mentioned Koa to him. Turns out, a very expensive guitar is made from Koa -- and Pete loves guitars. Koa, according to Wikipedia, mean name means brave, bold, fearless, or warrior. Sounds like something you would want in your husband, so it's perfect for his wedding band.
The rings can be personalized. They can be purchased with the Hawaiian Islands engraved inside or you are able to personally engrave them. That makes them unique to you, which is perfect.
Sound great? We are giving one lucky reader a ring from Komo Koa. The winner can choose from the mens wedding rings (which can also be worn by women). The winner can select any ring, up to a $219 value. If you win and you would prefer a ring with 14k gold, a $219 certificate will be applied (and you would just pay the difference).
The giveaway starts now and ends at 11:59pm EST on Friday, August 16. Just use the Rafflecopter below to enter. The winner must be a US resident who is 18 or older. The winner will be contacted via the email address left in the Rafflecopter and will be 24 hours to respond before another winner will be selected.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
According to the brand: The winner will choose their ring. After receiving and confirming it's the right choice/size, they winner can send it back if they want it engraved.
A Bride On A Budget received no compensation for this giveaway and is not financially responsible for prize fulfillment.