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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Rachel on

It’s not a particularly new idea. I got married 6.5 years ago, and had two wedding bands from the very beginning. My husband and I like the symmetry of having a band on each side of the engagement ring.

ugh on

“has more a personal meaning…”

i think you’re missing a word, there.

you guys either need to hire a full-time copy editor or start employing decent journalists.

Lexi on

Two rings and two dresses … to each his own. I don’t dislike the idea, I just question one’s overindulgence. Not that it’s my place to question. She can have/do whatever she wants. I’d like to get a better look at the rings on her finger to see the whole picture. I bet it’s a gorgeous set.

tshape on

the one on the right is perfection :)

Anon on

Agreed. Nothing novel here. I have two bands, and did from the beginning.

Marie on

I got married in 2010 and I have two wedding bands and I know several other women with two as well. I just liked the way it looked with the two bands surrounding the engagement ring. I get compliments on my rings all the time!

Crystle on

Never heard of the Bride having two wedding rings plus two dresses . I’ve been to a lot of Weddings where the Bride wore one wedding dress and wedding ring

Emily on

I got married five years ago and got two bands. I have a more antique style engagement ring, and it looked strange and assymetrical with just one band. I think her’s is strange though, because the two bands aren’t the same. I guess I like balance and symmetry :)

chris on

I had 2 dresses and 2 bands….who cares

mama on

From the day my husband proposed to me, I knew I wanted two bands, however, I didn’t want the second band until my 10th anniversary. 16 years later, I have two bands. Nothing new here People Magazine.

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