Lolide makes ethically-produced, alternative wedding bands and jewellery for all genders and couples. Seattle-based owner Lori Linkous Devine is a feminist jeweler whose artistic and professional philosophy is driven by a commitment to inclusivity, visibility, and respect for all forms of non-traditional weddings. Her mission is to create objects of beauty that speak to people who have not been accommodated by traditional wedding jewelers: the woman seeking a design that’s clean and sleek but not boring; the man who loves sparkles; the couple who can’t find anything that really feels like them; the individual who knows that neither “male” nor “female” fully encompasses who they are. Lolide was founded on the principle that all types of people should feel included when they are considering jewellery to celebrate their bond. Lolide jewelry is made one piece at a time with a commitment to ethical materials and processes. Lori draws on a wide range of materials to produce her unique designs in a responsible way, including using lab-grown and diamond alternatives, certified conflict-free and recycled materials, and non-toxic processes in her studio. The result is beautiful, high-quality wedding jewelry that both appeals to customers aesthetically and supports their conscientious nature.