January's Contest Winner. You Could Be Next!

     Koawoodrings.com gives away jewelry every month!
You could be the next customer to receive your entire order for free!

 

This Month's Winning Customer

 

Donald and Kristina Klein

(Received $518 worth of jewelry for free!)

We wanted to thank you for our beautiful Koa Wood Rings! We were looking for something unique and different for our wedding, and my husband remembered seeing these beautiful Koa Wood Rings during our visit to Hawaii in 2011. When I found the koawoodring site I knew these were the rings for us! We ordered our rings 6 weeks prior to our wedding hoping that they would get to us on time, and to our happy surprise, the rings were shipped the very next week! Our wedding on 11-12-13 was simple and beautiful and we have received so many compliments on our wedding bands! Thank you from both of us!

-Kristina Lau-Klein-

          

 

Previous Winners

 

Leeann Fitzgerald

(Received $219 worth of jewelry for free!)

We are very thankful for our Koa Wood Rings...a special reminder of our beautiful wedding in Kauai!

-Leeann-

Bryan Thomas

(Received $219 worth of jewelry for free!)

The ceremony was held at my childhood home in the front yard and we had a great reception in the backyard. It was a very simple ceremony for two people who keep the island mentality even on the mainland. I'm happy to report though that we are moving back to Hawai'i in just two months! I couldn't be happier to be starting a new chapter in my life with a beautiful wahine and we are both very excited to start this new chapter back in the place we love, Hawai'i. Thanks so much for beautiful ring! I recieve a lot of compliments on it and many people ask where it came from. Thanks again!!

-Bryan-

Wide Koa Wood Ring

Hawaiian Wedding Ring

 

Kris and Erik Ware

(Received $480 worth of jewelry for free!)

We were married on Dec. 7, 2012, in a private ceremony at the Carousel in Bushnell Park in Hartford, CT. We didn't get very many photos of the ceremony, but the beautiful rings we purchased from Koa Wood Rings were integral in our vows. When we were searching for a ring for Erik, we just couldn't find one that he liked. Until I remembered something I had read years ago when we were living Hilo-side of the Big Island about a local artist who made rings from Koa wood. The instant he saw your rings, he knew that these would be our wedding rings.

     Here's what the officiant said to us at our ceremony about our rings:
"A ring is a fitting symbol for a wedding promise. Kristen and Erik, to symbolize your union, you have chosen rings of metal and wood. Metal is synonymous with strength and durability, and wood is a symbol of abundance and growth. May these elements remind you daily to create a relationship that is both steadfast and nurturing.

     Thank you so much for creating such beautiful rings that carry such important meaning. We will cherish these rings as we do each other.

Thank you!
Kris and Erik Ware