Post # 1
I’m not quite sure how we should handle the ring exchange portion of the ceremony.
I will wear a wedding ring, but we’re not planning to get a ring for my fiance (he doesn’t wear jewelry well).
I know some people have borrowed rings, or bought cheap ones, to use in the ceremony, but that solution wouldn’t be my first choice.
Any ideas of what we could do?
Post # 3
Have you considering combining them with your regular vows? After he says them, he can slip the ring onto your finger, but you just won’t do that after yours. You could also do a blessing or reading about hands (trying googling "blessing of the hands reading"), so there is some action going on with both of your hands, and, at one point, he will slip the ring on your finger.
If you’re having a symetrical issue (you both want to do ring vows), consider purchasing a ring for him that will be used during the ceremony, but he won’t always wear (don’t use wording for the ring vows about "wear this ring as a reminder of my love" – something simple like "with this ring, I thee wed"), and he can keep it as a keepsake, perhaps passing it down to your kids or something later.