Kate Bosworth Gets Two Wedding Rings (Can You Hear Us Sighing From Our Desks?)

09/04/2013 at 12:45 PM ET

Kate Bosworth Wedding BandSplash News Online; Courtesy Ocappi

If her magical Oscar de la Renta gown wasn’t proof enough that Kate Bosworth was the luckiest bride on the planet, enter her two — count ‘em, two(!) — wedding rings.

The actress’s new husband Michael Polish presented her with dos bands, both of which complement her vintage 1920s engagement ring, at their Montana nuptials on Sunday.

And we got all the scoop on her new bling straight from the source — Ocappi, the jewelry retailer responsible for crafting the handmade, platinum-set rings just for Kate’s big day.

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“Collaborating with Kate was so wonderful, because she has such a great style sense, that it made the creative process so vivid,” says Ocappi Creative Director Haki Abehsera. “She expressed how much she loved her engagement ring and how she wanted something to accompany it without taking too much attention away from it.”

Abehsera explains that the first band, which is just over a half-carat and features 18 brilliant horizontally-set baguette diamonds, was designed to go seamlessly with Bosworth’s art deco engagement ring.

And the second band, which boasts over a carat, has more of a personal meaning for the couple. “Michael mentioned that maybe we should do something with 12 stones representing each month of the year,” Abehsera adds. “That’s where we decided not to be subtle, and how ring number two was created.”

We have a feeling that this two-ring-thing may be the start of a new trend in Hollywood. Note to our boyfriends: We’d totally be on board with that.

Now tell us: What do you think of Bosworth’s double-band action?

–Brittany Talarico

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smithy on

I think it’s called “stacked” rings. Not exactly new or innovative….but pretty nonetheless.

Mel on

Wow…….12 stones for 12 months. Whoopee…… To each their own but I had to laugh at the ‘we decided NOT to be subtle’ when both rings are the definition of subtlety!!!!

Ade on

It’s nothing NEW!! I have been married almost 30 years and have a cluster diamond ring with matching bands on either side. When I got married had the !st band then for our 5th anniversary got the other band. Yah 2 bands worn isn’t something NEW to the planet!!!

carol on

I have 2 chins…and a fat neck. so there

322 on

I have 2 chins!! Y0u know what I have them 4 years and my man. well you know

Bratcowski on

I don’t think the bands are pretty at all. But having 2 must be nice :)

kim on

what is so surprising about this? when i got married, i had two as well, one to flank each side of my engagement ring, then all 3 were sautered together. its a very pretty and not a new concept..

LisaC on

Ha. It’s a “story” because obviously Ocappi paid for them– or maybe just one.

peggy powers on

I had 2 baguette bands on both sides of my wedding ring back in 1963. Nothing new there!

PB on

I got married this past July and have two wedding bands, one on each side of my engagement ring and it looks stunning. A lot of people like the idea of having the balanced look. I don’t think my ring would look as good with only one band. Plus some days I like to wear the two bands without the engagement ring for something different.

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