More Than a Wedding Ring. This is Art Made with Love!!

More Than a Wedding Ring. This is Art Made with Love!!

More Than a Wedding Ring. This is Art Made with Love!!

Couples are heading to Birmingham to make their handmade Wedding Rings, in silver or gold, crafted under the watchful eye of Award Winning British Designer Elizabeth Anne Norris.



So…who is Elizabeth Anne Norris?

“I’m a self-proclaimed geek and a hands-on jewellery designer with a scientific background. I simply love how metal properties respond to heat, chemicals and hammering to create exquisite modern designs.

“For me, craft is the practice of making something beautiful or practical that combines age-old traditional techniques with current technology.

“Drawing on nature, travel and world culture for my inspiration, I add different textures and finishes to simple shapes or patterns to make my designs unique.“For me, craft is the practice of making something beautiful or practical that combines age-old traditional techniques with current technology.

“Working with clients during my bespoke half day workshops allows me to share my passion for jewellery making through teaching. What better symbolism for a marriage than a wedding band made by the couple themselves?

“All my workshops take place in my light, open plan studio in Birmingham. It’s easy to book your place and start crafting your bespoke design with me here in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter.

You’re just one click away!!

So if you’re unable to find what you’re looking for in the shops, why not exchange your wedding vows with a personal Wedding Ring that’s unique to you?

“I know couples want to make something personal and unique to them but like the mythical unicorn, a jeweller you can trust is hard to find.

“I can help lead you through the design and making process to craft beautiful rings, in gold or silver, for your special day.

No idea how to begin designing your wedding rings?

“Not a problem! We’ll chat before you come to the studio and I’ll help you get those creative juices flowing.

“Most couples who attend my workshops are experiencing jewellery making for the first time. So it’s important when you’re thinking about your design to keep in mind that not everything is possible for a beginner to make!

“The workshops are designed to help you make elegant precious metal jewellery and help is at hand for the more advanced jewellery making techniques, such as setting stones. This is a highly specialised skill that is done outside of the workshops.

“After half a day of shaping, softening, hammering, soldering, embellishing and finishing their jewellery, couples finish the workshop delighted with their work, beholding an object of beauty!  

So if like many couples I meet, you

  • Are unable to find what you’re looking for in the shops
  • Want to create something personal and unique to you
  • Long to have beautiful handmade wedding bands in gold or silver
  • Want to make a romantic start to your marriage

Then make sure you click the link below and Book Today!

Book your bespoke Wedding Ring Workshop TODAY and Get £50 OFF!!

Hurry, This Offer is for a Limited Time Only!! Book Now to avoid disappointment.


If you have any questions about the make your own wedding rings workshop please click here to contact me

Photoshoot Wedding Ring Making

Photoshoot Wedding Ring Making

Photoshoot Wedding Ring Making

Natalie and Stella – Wedding Ring Making

I’m so excited to show you the photos from a recent shoot when Natalie and Stella came to my Brighton workshop and made their wedding rings.  We were so lucky that Gemma from Betti Confetti Photo was able to come and document the wedding ring making with her clever wedding photography skills too.  

Gemma photographed the day

If you’ve been following me on Instagram you’ll know I now run wedding ring workshops where couples can do all the wedding ring making themselves. With all the expert advice from me on hand you don’t need any prior experience. Well, earlier this year I took part in the happily ever after wedding fair at Brighton Racecourse and chatted to couples about my wedding ring workshops.  At the fair I shared a stand with Gemma from Betti Confetti Photo. You’ve probably heard me mention Gemma before as she has done some wonderful product photography for me and more recently a successful model jewellery photo shoot too. You may have read my blog post interview with her here?

At the wedding fair Gemma and I teamed up to ran a giveaway contest for one couple to win a make your own wedding rings workshop including a pre-wedding photo shoot.  One of the couples we chatted to at the wedding fair in Brighton were Natalie, from Wilding Wedding Planners, and her partner Stella. Natalie and Stella, who are currently planning their True Romance inspired wedding, entered our competition and won!

It was a giggle

After discussing what ring designs Natalie and Stella wanted we arranged for them to come and make their wedding rings at my jewellery workshop on the border of Brighton and Hove.  We had such a fun morning heating, hammering, soldering and polishing the metal. By the end of the session they had produced the silver and gold wedding rings that they had dreamt of.

Time to celebrate!

Once Natalie and Stella had completed their wedding rings they celebrated with a glass of bubbly whilst they tried on their rings.

Love was in the air

Delighted with the results Natalie and Stella wandered off exploring the nooks of Brighton where Gemma captured some beautiful photos of them admiring their newly made wedding rings. I love the inscriptions they added to their rings!

The love between this pair is pretty obvious and I really wish them all the best for their wedding next year. I’m so happy to have met Natalie and Stella and to have helped them to design and make their wedding rings for their big day.

Could you do it?

In four short hours, having been guided step by step through the wedding ring making process, Natalie and Stella handmade their rings from scratch.  They had no previous experience of ring making or traditional jewellery making techniques. The resulting rings are totally what they were after. The wedding rings made in sterling silver, rose gold and yellow gold are unique to them and very cool!

If you’re getting married and I thinking about wedding ring making yourselves you can read more about what to expect here. If you have any questions about wedding ring designs, the ring making process or anything else feel free to contact me here or leave your comment below. Thank you.

If you like the photos from Natalie and Stella’s pre-wedding photo shoot hop over to find out more about the services on offer from wedding photographer Gemma.

And if you love Natalie’s style why not find out how her wedding planning works here.