Feb 22, 2022 | Wedding Traditions

Feb 22, 2022 | Wedding Traditions

Nontraditional Wedding Rings For Unconventional Couples
Danielle Toth
A recent social media post that falsely claimed that Apple was developing smart wedding rings that let couples know where their partner is or has been and whether they have removed the ring has sparked discussion of “nontraditional” rings in the wedding circuit. While the so-called Apple...

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Nontraditional Wedding Rings For Unconventional Couples
Danielle Toth

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A recent social media post that falsely claimed that Apple was developing smart wedding rings that let couples know where their partner is or has been and whether they have removed the ring has sparked discussion of “nontraditional” rings in the wedding circuit. 

While the so-called Apple wedding ring is a hoax, there are other rings that fall into the category of “alternative” wedding bands. 

 

1. Oura Rings

The closest to the fictional Apple ring, Oura rings are wearable technology that monitors and delivers personalized insights on your sleep, activity, temperature, heart rate and more. With silver, gold, black and stealth designs, the rings look like simple wedding bands. In fact, according to a Twitter poll conducted by the company, 40.9% of respondents would consider using an Oura ring as their wedding band and 24.3% already do. 

2. Fender Manly Bands  

Iconic guitar company Fender recently announced that it’s partnered with the company Manly Bands to create a new line of wedding rings made from the same material as the company’s guitars. Ranging in price from $495 to $850, the rings include the Troubadour, which is made with ebony and Fender tweed and inlaid with a Fender guitar string, in tribute to Fender guitar cases, and the Electric, which is made with titanium and ebony and inlaid with a guitar string to mimic the Mercury-finished American Professional II Telecaster Deluxe.

3. Star Wars Enso Rings

Enso crafts silicone rings that many couples wear as less expensive and more damage resistant alternatives to fancy jewelry. The new “The Book of Boba Fett” collection features Boba Fett, a green with blue shimmer ring etched with a Boba Fett design, and Mandalorian, metallic black with swirls of dark gray and the legendary Mythosaur symbol. 

4. Whiskey Barrel Oak Rings

Jewelry by Johan handcrafts rings using authentic whiskey barrel oak wood with beautiful patterns. The rings are coated with the company’s “Ring Armor” to make them highly durable and water resistant and come in a variety of colors and materials, including antler and dinosaur bone! 

 

For more information on wedding rings, check out our blog on the history of the wedding ring tradition!

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4908 Van Epps Rd., Brooklyn Heights, Ohio 44131

Phone Number

(216) - 870 - 4513

Monday - Friday

10AM - 6PM

F.A.Q.

Do I get to meet my DJ?

Of Course! This is your big day, we want you to be comfortable and able to build a rapport with your DJ. We encourage open communication between us and our clients. We can set-up face to face meetings, video calls, and teleconferences.

How do I secure my date?

We ask that when you are ready to book, you give us a signed contract and a $600 deposit. The initial deposit comes off the final balance. After that, you are locked in to your date. Payment plans are available, but we do not require the final balance until a week before your wedding.

Are there any hidden fees?

No. All prices you see include tax, set-up & tear-down, and travel to most places. When paying with credit card there is a 3.8% convenience fee. No fees when paying by check or cash.

Do you work with other vendors?

Yes! While we have partnerships with vendors, we do not require you use them exclusively. You can always book us independently and we’ll ensure that all vendors are on the same page throughout the entire planning process and evening.

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