By Paloma Naderi
Rings are one wedding tradition that you can really personalize and make your own as a gay couple. Some couples elect for one partner to wear an engagement ring, while others select complementary rings to honor the occasion. Whether you and your partner decide to commemorate your engagement, marriage or both with jewelry, we found one ring designer with a unique personal touch we know you’re going to love.
Fabuluster creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind commitment bands and sets using the couple’s fingerprints as the main design element. Choose from their metal choices, and then get involved in the creative process. You create the design molds yourself with the “Impression Kit” by imprinting the length of one of your fingers. The incredible Fabuluster team then uses the custom imprints on either the interior or exterior of your special band design. What a romantic way to keep your loved one close to you throughout the day!
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