For the past decade, Houston’s own brother/sister team Ila and Vikas Sodhani have been quietly rising to fame with the ILA Collection, a boho chic line of fine jewelry. The company’s delicate rings and diamond-wrapped bands have made their way onto the pages of national glossies including Martha Stewart Weddings, W and Glamour, but recently, the talented pair kicked things up a notch, earning a spot as the exclusive fine jewelry line for BHLDN—Anthropologie’s popular bridal boutique.

There, brides will find intricate, Indian-inspired rings, fabricated using sustainable materials including recycled 14-karat and 18-karat gold. The handmade creations are available on and start in price at $605 for the stackable Creada ring, all the way up to the eye-catching Tamaya ring for $3,170. The latter, statement-making look features a white, rose-cut sapphire design, flanked on all sides by brilliant-cut diamonds.

To see ILA’s bridal rings, available at BHLDN, click here. For more of the company’s work, including earrings, bangles, necklaces and other accessories, click here.