Brent & Jess's unique custom fingerprint wedding rings #Shopping#custom rings#diamond ring#engagement ring#jewelry#non-diamond ring#ring October 9 | Ariel Meadow Stallings offbeatariel Wedding rings don't really come much more custom than these… Brent & Jess makes custom wedding bands from your own fingerprints! I love the ones pictured above with the print inside of the ring, it's like keeping one of the things that makes your partner totally unique close to you at all times. Plus it makes a super cool pattern! The best part is that Brent & Jess actually makes it affordable to have a unique wedding ring. They start at $125 for a narrow custom sterling silver wedding band and go up from there. And if diamonds are your thing, they've got you covered as well. So if you've been searching for totally unique wedding bands, end your search now by heading on over to their Etsy store and take your pick from their amazing selection of designs. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Ariel Meadow Stallings Author of Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives, loves, and dorks out hard in Seattle, WA. @offbeatariel @offbeatbride PREVIOUS Blue wedding shoes that make me pee myself a little NEXT Sarah & Paul's simple and fun outdoor wedding Toggle comments [ 34 ] Wow, these are amazing! The store has quite a few designs, and they are all really stunning. 1 agrees Reply Me and the FH have really been struggling with the ring idea. We've even been talking maybe forgoing it altogether…but I think you just gave us something we can both get on board with – thanks OBB! 1 agrees Reply We live to serve. 😀 1 agrees Reply You're welcome — we live to serve! 😀 Reply You're welcome — we live to serve! 😉 Reply Am I a conspiracy theorist for being worried about someone having my fingerprints? Reply I think if someone was trying collect fingerprints for nefarious/conspiratorial purposes, there would be much MUCH more effective ways than making wedding rings. Reply Besides, if the gov't wants to put you away for something, they'll just make something up and plant evidence! Reply Wow, very cool and for the right price! Reply Hahaha Manda I was totally thinking that… but than I realized this guy is well documented for having all these people's prints so if he or someone he knows kills someone and tries to frame me I'll just show the police the reciept, plus he's in Maine…LOL! I hope he just trashes them, I so think this is what we are going to do. If anyone has them please post pictures and a review:) Reply I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought that! I love the rings but having my identity stolen once makes me a little nervous. I'm glad to know he's trustworthy! Reply MandaPants…ohhh, good point. What if years from now the FH goes nuts-o and uses the ring to plant a partial print?? It IS something for the paranoid amoung us to consider. The upside, I'll have HIS prints too *diabolic laugh* Reply We destroy the fingerprints! No need to keep them around for more than a week in case of problems with shipping! Thank you for the interest in our fingerprint rinsgs! Reply I thought you were concerned because your FH would have your fingerprint in his ring. It makes WAY more sense to be worried about the guy making the rings. Reply Love this idea! Must convince future hubby…. Reply This is such a cool thing. If my ring caster could do it, I'd have it done, but I'm going to have to settle for a personal inscription instead. There is another independent ringmaker I was going to work with who does the same thing – she's based in Australia. But her prices were too steep because she only does custom work, which usually starts at $1500 a piece. 1 agrees Reply our work is all completely custom! We make it from your unique finger impression! Affordable and custom! Jess and Brent Reply I understand, but what I'd meant (and I should have clarified this) was that every single design is a customer's idea. She works with them to make their ideas into a tangible piece. Reply She sounds like a great asset to Australia! There is so much talent out there. We are happy to help if people have design ideas they would like to add to their custom ring. Reply my husband and I got married last Saturday (October 3rd) and he got me the narrow fingerprint band from Fabuluster. it is absolutely magnificent! it's definitely a little understated (not for folks who love "flashy flashy") and it is quite comfortable. my only (very tiny) complaint is that it seems their sizing runs along the large side… we ordered a size 8 and it's a bit more like a 9. I would absolutely recommend Fabuluster to anyone struggling with the idea of a wedding ring in the traditional sense. thanks and good luck! – shawnee + chris Reply we are happy to size this for you! No need to have it big! No charge of course! Reply I absolutely love this idea! It's so sweet. I would love to see some more photos of the how the rings look "in action" (i.e. worn on the finger). Reply We'd already been talking to them about it. Reply really unique idea — that I haven't seen anywhere before! Reply Stunning! Just wondering… Ariel, have you ever showed off Dre's and your wedding rings? Are they matching? Slightly different from each other? Completely different? What kind of material are they and are you happy you picked those exact rings, looking back – what is it, five years ago? Did you pick them out with a certain symbolism in mind (other than the fact that I guess they symbolize you're married to one and other)? More ring porn please! — By the way, I'm one of those girls who got the traditional-on-one-knee-with-an-engagement-ring-proposal and he did such a creative job co-designing the lovely chunk of metal and having it made, that we're actually going back to the same girl who made it, to have our wedding rings created. It's a shop in Belgium, so I'm guessing it's a tad too far for most of you addicts to this site… (but, of course, feel free to ask) He's quite the wedding planner, my guy – first two things he asked me when we started arranging our wedding was: can we have french fries for dinner and what would you think of me having a thumb ring for wedding ring? <3 1 agrees Reply Brigita, if you want to know all about Dre's and my rings — there's a whole chapter dedicated to 'em in my book. Reply Ohhhhh yummy, a whole chapter! Check! Reply I dont know how this works, but some one reverd me to this site. im in need of wedding agencies help.. im looking for donations, sponsers, and hampers, for my wedding, i dont have the money, im trying to safe some, but i need help and would like it if you could help me out, with mayby the catering, flowers or the stuff that is used at a wedding, im clueless please help. Reply Love those rings Reply As a fabuluster ring-wearing bride I must vouch for Jess' & Brent's integrity and responsiveness! April, I don't know if you are on a tight timeline but I must remind you that these two artists have many brides-to-be sending in requests. I am sure with Valentine's Day around the corner that they are currently SLAMMED. If you have enough time to patiently wait for their reply I am sure they will come through in shining colors! I don't know them personally but corresponded enough with them before and after our rings were made to know that they truly care about pleasing every customer. I hope you can stick it out because their rings are worth the wait! Reply We just got our rings from them this week and did not encounter any of those problems. Reply Apsolutely fantastic rings. Reply Just curious if anyone knows of places that will take this idea and apply it to other styles of rings? My fiancee and I love the idea of having the others fingerprints on the inside of our rings, but don't necessarily love the designs shown on the Fabuluster website. Reply Contact them about doing custom work! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.