Post # 1
Anyone doing a honeymoon registry?
Where do I get started. My fiance is actually planning it as a complete surgprise but has asked me to take three weeks off from work. Super Romantic! DONE! Traveling is a passion for me but has been limited in the past few years. I know this is a big cost and we are only registering for a few other items so I would love this as my gifts from the guest. Or nothing but I know most of them will want to give something because that is how they are; giving.
Is it possible to set one up for a surprise location and then write up about it post trip. Really my guy could take me so many places in the world and I would be thrilled.
Any ideas of a good way to set up this registry.
Post # 3
Your honeymoon sounds perfect – I love surprise trips planned by my Fiance 🙂
Most honeymoon registries I’ve seen do list specific experiences, and I think this is a big part of their appeal vs. just asking for cash (guests are giving you a romantic dinner or a couples massage vs. $75 or $50).
Could your Fiance set up the registry with a few specifics? Then you can avoid looking at it so you don’t find out what it is.
Post # 4
We used honeyfund.com – we got our first gift this morning!! Yay!!! (it’s free unless you want the super snazzy version. THe only fees that are assessed are when people use a credit card to pay you via PayPal, but that would have a fee no matter what registry you use – and they obviously don’t need to use a credit card, and then it is free!).
Post # 5
We are using traveler’s joy, and we really like it so far. I think the appeal to them as a gift giver is the whole specific experience thing vs just cash, so I agree with @AndreaBee
Post # 6
We used honeyfund as well.