Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton's Wedding Rings: All the Details!

05/16/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton
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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert may have enjoyed venison harvested by the bride during their Saturday night wedding, but their nuptials did have at least one glamorous element: the bling. The lovebirds, who tied the knot at the Don Strange Ranch in Boerne, Texas, exchanged custom-made rings designed by Beverly Hills jeweler Johnathon Arndt. (Arndt also crafted Carrie Underwood‘s engagement ring and wedding band.) According to a release, Arndt created a 5-carat white diamond “Eternity” ring for Lambert, designed to complement her stunning engagement ring. Shelton’s wedding band was a bit more unique, based on one of his tattoos. Arndt first made a sketch of the ink, then spent 60 days hand engraving the ring, which features a black diamond mounted on the inside — a special request from Lambert. As for the bride’s wedding day look, Arndt says that she walked down the aisle wearing a $1.2 million three-tier, 30-carat diamond necklace, plus diamond teardrop earrings to match. For the reception, the country cutie added a $250,000 cocktail ring from Arndt’s 2011 “Bombay” collection, a sparkler that boasted 60 carats of multi-colored sapphires set in 18-karat black gold. She also slipped into a Karen Lindner Designs freshwater pearl and vintage rhinestone tangle necklace, which featured a 1940s-era pave sterling bird brooch. (Her bridesmaids wore necklaces by the designer, as well.) Guess everything is bigger in Texas! –Kate Hogan

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Jade on

It hink it is funny how many people still take offense to hunting. I’m from Kentucky and now live in Texas where hunting is an everyday activity. It’s a way to put food on the table! Might I add, venison is very yummy to eat as well. It also sickens me to see people say that Miranda has no class and looks like an alcoholic. She’s a very sweet, down to earth gal who loves her career and her man! Kudos to Miranda and Blake for finally tying the knot. I wish them the best of luck!

JO on

Down to earth…PLEASE…if they were as down to earth as some of you say, then the bling wouldn’t cost as much as a house or a few houses put together…sad that those things seem to ‘make’ a wedding and marriage…

Engagement Ring NZ on

Aw.. They are so cute together. God bless you both.

dave on

Miranda and are such sweethearts. They are very talented and wish them all happiness .

Holly on

The bling is borrowed. Yes they have nice rings but it is not extravagent in anyway. These two are very down to Earth! Love Blake and Miranda!!!

Tracey on

Hillbillies with money are still hillbillies LOL

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Christina on

I am getting soooo tired of hearing about Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. I don’t care about how their wedding was because I don’t think that their marriage will last

Sandra on

WOw whats with all the haters? Blake and Mirdanda do more charity work then most of you all…CONGRATS

Bippy on

Congrats to Blake and Miranda..Think that are both great and wish them all the happiness in the world…As for them being “hillbillies”, I don’t think they have ever claimed to be antyhing else, have they?

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