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 since it’s just one of us getting a ring?
Post # 3
What if you tried something symbolic. Like twine or string, or even a ribbon? Like tying the "knot"
Post # 4
You can just leave out the part about giving him a ring. I can still remember when few men wore wedding rings. If you’re doing a religious ceremony, the likelihood is that they have a "single ring ceremony" available. If you’re not, you might want to talk to your officiant.
Post # 5
Maybe just say "by accepting this ring, I promise" etc etc and then you don’t have to put one on him 🙂 Clever idea if I do say so myself! heh (sorry, I don’t often get good ideas this easily).
Post # 6
If he’s not going to wear a ring, then I don’t see the point of a ring "exchange". Why don’t you do a "Hand ceremony" instead of a "Ring ceremony"?? We did both a Ring ceremony (exchange of rings) and a Hand ceremony (where the minister blessed our hands). Just an idea…