We often expect celebrity proposals to be super elaborate, but that wasn't the case for Emily Ratajkowski. The actress and model secretly got married in City Hall in a Zara suit (we're still shocked) and then debuted a gold band as her engagement ring and wedding band. On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Emily revealed just how the proposal came about and shared some interesting tidbits about her ring which, afterwards, you won't find to be so simple after all.
It all started when Emily's husband, Sebastian Bear, apparently popped the question at a restaurant. He didn't have a ring ready, so he made a make-shift one out of a paper clip. The couple later decided to make their own rings and went to Chinatown to buy an ounce of gold.
"He was like we'll melt down the gold to make the rings," she said. "I just [didn't] see us melting down the gold, it [seemed] kind of difficult. He [later] went into a store in midtown, [the night before our wedding], and met this nice man. So we came into his studio after hours and hammered the whole thing and used a little blow torch. They were supposed to be a temporary rings, but now I'm very attached and I really don't want to get rid of it. I just feel like making it yourself, could it be [any] more personal?"
To answer Emily's question: nope, making your own wedding rings IS as personal as it gets. And the rustic pieces actually look vintage and cool. The duo's non-traditional approach to marriage is definitely a boss move and you'll think so too when you get an up-close view of their handmade rings, ahead.