Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright tied the knot with boyfriend Andrew Lococo on March 19, and her wedding ring features a unique blue stone. The 31-year-old English actor, who famously played Ginny Weasley in the movie series, shared the news of her marriage by posting a close-up poolside video of her new ring with the caption, “Yesterday was the best day of my life 💙 thanks to my husband!!”
Lococo’s ring is a simple, classic band, while Wright’s is quite unique, featuring a light blue square-shaped stone, that appears to be either moonstone or topaz, set on a white gold band. The piece of jewelry incorporates two popular engagement ring trends for 2002 — a sleek bezel setting and a colored gemstone — and considering Wright’s dedication to environmental justice, we bet it was crafted with sustainability in mind.
Wright’s new ring fit right in with the vibrant color scheme of her wedding day — her bridesmaids wore yellow and orange dresses, and she carried a yellow, orange, and pink bouquet of flowers down the aisle. She chose to wear a romantic cream dress featuring sheer sleeves, a ruffled skirt, flower embroidery, and a row of buttons down the side. Wright styled the wedding dress with ethereal silver heels, drop earrings, and a metallic hair clip full of blooms to play up the detail on her maxi.
A handful of her Harry Potter costars posted their well wishes on her Instagram. Tom Felton, who portrays Draco Malfoy in the fantasy films, commented, “Congratulations B xx,” while James Phelps, who plays her onscreen brother Fred Weasley, dropped two party emoji on her post.
Read ahead to take a closer look at Wright’s one-of-a-kind wedding ring and dress, and then admire the most stylish celebrity engagement rings of all time.
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