Wedding ring workshops

Welcome

The experience of hand crafting one another’s wedding bands is a memorable way to add even more meaning to this symbol of your commitment. In a one day private studio session, couples will work with their instructor to create a pair of wedding bands in a metal and design of their choice. We can supply the materials or you can recycle and melt down gold you already have. Typical sessions run around 5-7 hours, depending on the complexity of the rings’ designs. The workshop fee is $500 per couple, plus the cost of materials, which can vary greatly depending on metal type, style and width of rings, and finger sizes. Materials costs can range anywhere from $700 to upwards of $1300 for a pair of rings.  

Please contact the studio to schedule a consultation and learn more about the process of making your own wedding rings.

Meet our happy couples!

Our Couples

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Katie and Chris

Maria did a wedding ring workshop with us and it was awesome! She made it easy to follow her through all the steps, and helped us make the rings rather than making them for us! It was fun, relaxed, and the rings turned out great.

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Gleb and Jen

Maria is AMAZING! My wedding this past Saturday was made so much more special and meaningful by the rings that we made with Maria. My husband and I have been looking at them since the wedding and saying "We made these!!  I never thought I'd feel comfortable hammering gold and soldering something I'll wear forever, but we both were so comfortable with her style of instructing.

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Addison and Ashley

Sawtooth has become my go to jewelry studio over the past year. My husband and I made our wedding bands with Maria and it was by far my favorite part of wedding planning. Maria instantly felt like an old friend who happens to be an incredibly talented jeweler.  She’s become part of the biggest moments in our life and I can’t wait to keep that tradition alive. I recommend Maria for all your jewelry needs, I never thought I’d have a jeweler or be able to afford custom jewelry. Now I’ll never buy mass produced jewelry again, I love knowing my pieces are made with love and one of a kind.