In September 2014, an engaged couple approached me to design and make their wedding rings. Unwilling to compromise to conventional wedding ring designs, they want something sculptural that symbolizes their intercultural union and compliments her engagement ring. The groom’s wedding band was set to be made in 18K white gold and the bride’s one to be made in 18K rose gold. The luxurious engagement ring is covered completely in precious stones and diamonds featuring an orchid flower. Upon examining the engagement ring, we all agreed that her wedding ring should follow the approach of a simple and organic design, preferably resembling a tree branch or something related to flower. During the initial research and concept development, an intriguing coincidence came to my attention: both of the groom’s and the bride’s country flowers are orchid. He is from Columbia and she is from Singapore. This coincidence solidified my choice of orchid as the main theme for the design of the wedding rings. The design proposal was approved by the couple and over 10 fine silver prototypes were developed in studio before the final wax mold was produced for casting. The result is a set of unique wedding rings depicting a sophisticated orchid stake with a flower bud for the bride and a wide wedding band with fine orchid leaf pattern for the groom, symbolizing their uniqueness as individuals while sharing the same root as one wholesome identity after the union.