Post # 1
Ok so we’re probably capping the guest list at 50-75 people, and I’m wondering if there’s any registry etiquette we should stick to – should we keep our registry short and sweet since our guest list will be? Even though I’ve never thought anything of it when I’m getting something for someone off of their registry, I have weird bride guilt about asking for specific stuff, so I’m trying to get over that hurdle since I know it will make it easier for everyone, but I do feel a little weird about it since we’re not having a massive wedding. Thoughts?
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Just register for what you want/need. As long as there are a variety of price points, you’ll be fine. 🙂
And, remember, if you don’t want to rewgister, you don’t have to. It’s totally optional.
Post # 5
@ErinBlue: Our wedding is even smaller, 28 guests and we registered for what we wanted. I think it shouldn’t matter what your guest count is.
Post # 6
@ErinBlue: I used to work at a store wher 20% of the sales were off of registries, so I helped a lot of people choose something. I remember people being really weird about it way more than you’d thinK. It would have to be something they also liked, and they would often go off registry because they thought they knew Bette than the couple. With that in mind, for our guest listfor 80 or less, I made sure we registered for a wide variety of things and had more on it, rather than less.