Post # 1
We’ve only been engaged for just over a month, and people are already starting to ask where we are going to register. I work at Macy’s, so that’s an obvious choice. I think I might register there for our tabletop stuff and maybe some sheets, but maybe somewhere else like Target or BB&B for some more practical things. The truth is that we’ve been living together for four years already, so we don’t need a lot of stuff, really. I’m just curious how many registries you have and what types of things you registered for at each place.
Post # 3
I did three – Simon Pearce for tabletop, Bloomie’s for towels, and William-Sonoma for kitchen. We’re both in our 30s and have a lot, so it’s a relatively small registry on each site with “upgrades.”
Post # 4
We have two traditional registires: Sur la Table, and Pottery Barn. We used the Wedding 360 registry linked to our site on TheKnot since it lets us add things from anyhwere. We also are doing honeymoon registry at Wanderable.
Post # 5
Currently I have two. (Crate and Barrel and Bed Bath and Beyond) But I love everything William Sonoma
Post # 6
We have three. We registered for the majority of our gifts at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. We also registered at Macy’s (gotta love their rewards program!) and Target. As much as I love their rewards program, we probably didn’t need to register at Macy’s. We found some bedding that we really love. We also haven’t lived together (we’re coming off a LDR), so that has made a difference, too.
I’ve noticed that the Bed, Bath, and Beyond registry has been the most popular. We’ve gotten more gifts off of that one than the other two combined.
Post # 7
We have BB&B, Macy’s and a honeymoon registry 🙂
Post # 8
There’s not an option for zero. I don’t have one.
Post # 9
We had BB&B and Crate and Barrel. I wanted to go somewhere like Bloomingdales also but I was talked out of it. In the end, Darling Husband and I really got most of the things we registered for so I’m glad we kept it kind of small.
Post # 10
We did target and macy’s and then the registry360, which includes the above plus whatever else, and deposit a gift.
Post # 11
We had 3.
Our “main” one was BB&B – it was the one most bought off of, had the most things on it that we registered for, best selection, etc. We registered for anything from kitchen gadgets and place settings to bedding or bathroom stuff.
We also registered at JCPenney and got quite a bit from the “older” crowd mainly.
We had a Sears one for DH’s stuff – outside, tools, grill, etc.
Post # 13
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
Macys, Williams-Sonoma, and Sur la Table
Post # 14
I am planning to register at Bed, Bath, and Beyond and BonTon.
Post # 15
AMAZON!!! They have a universal registry, so if it’s for sale online anywhere, you can register for it there. We registered for ALL household stuff there — including our dinnerware from Target to match what we already have, plus awesome pots and pans from Rachel Ray, a sleeping bag and new tent, beer-brewing supplies from Midwest Brewery (for FI) … you name it, you can register for it on Amazon. Great for if you have specific needs.
Then we also did a Sandals registry for our honeymoon, since the Amazon one isn’t very impressive. We just wanted to make sure that anyone who was against giving cash (since some people hate that) had some option.