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Wedding

Ring Bearer Plate

35.00

Modern alternative to the ring bearer pillow.

Small plate measures around 5.5 inches, and comes with two holes threaded with natural twine. Ring bearers may carry the plate with your wedding bands tied loosely during the ceremony as opposed to the outdated pillows traditionally carried.

Vintage fabric and lace remnants are used to impress the wet clay to give you the interesting texture seen on the front and back of the plates. Replace the natural twine if you choose with any twine, string or ribbon to match your wedding color and theme.

If you like our ring bearer plates, you might love this matching platter with floral photo transfers.  Click here to view this platter!

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Ring bearer pillows, while a traditional vehicle for delivering rings during the ceremony, are not necessarily the best option for todays modern wedding.  Replace your grandmas outdated ring bearer pillow with one of our ring bearing plates.  These plates are specially designed for your special wedding day with two holes and twine.  Seen here with a Tiffany & co Wedding band, tie your rings to this plate and don't worry a second more about your baby cousin (or your dog) dropping the rings on their way down the aisle.  

We believe strongly in a combination of form and function.  This functional alternative to the pillow can be utilized for years to come.  Use it as a dish for a small succulent or potted plant, as a change and key dish, or hang using one of many affordable stands and invisible hangers available at major retailers like Michaels Crafts and Hobby Lobby.  

This plates simplistic design keeps all eyes on your wedding bands and makes for excellent photos- we hope you hired an excellent photographer!  Alternatives to traditional ring bearing plates have been seen in major wedding publications including 'The Knot' and 'Brides'.  With rustic, DIY, and handmade weddings on the rise, create an authentic experience for your guests with unique display and decorative pieces like this one from In God We Trust Ceramics.