Post # 1
Will Macy’s tell you who sent you a gift? My fiance lost one of the cards with a vase that was sent and I have no idea who to thank. There was also a teapot that was purchased off our registry months ago, but I never received it. I feel terrible that I haven’t been able to thank them, but I have no idea who sent it.
Post # 3
Yes. If you go into your registry on Macys.com, there’s a thank-you manager or registry manager or something. Check it out! It will make your life easier. 🙂
Also, whoever purchased the teapot off you registry may be giving you the gift in person at the wedding.
Post # 4
I once bought a toaster off a registery for someone but decided to keep it for myself. I feel shame everytime I use it, lol.
Post # 6
“Thank you card manager” is a truly fabulous invention, particularly for us impatient people who can’t wait to find out who sent what. I am impressed by the restraint of those who don’t use it…
Post # 7
I had no idea you could do this! Ahhhh! I am so tempted to go look, but then I’m afraid I wouldn’t keep a straight face around them if I saw them before the registry. I wonder if any other stores do this?
Post # 8
All of ours (Macy’s, Williams Sonoma, and Amazon) do. Amazon and Williams Sonoma both display the giver’s address, which is quite helpful for those times when someone whose address you don’t already have sends you a gift. Macy’s just shows names.
Post # 9
@keepsmiling19: crateandbarrel same the same thing.
Post # 10
@keepsmiling19: Bloomingdales, Pottery Barn, and Simon Pearce do it too.