Post # 1
We’re setting up our registries…we already have a wedding website, so don’t need one of those – but wondering what you all found to be the best sites? Ideally I’d like to find a site where we could do honeymoon registry AND traditional registry… but if I can’t find an all-in-one, then I guess we’ll just link both to our site.
Who has good experiences with honeymoon registries they can recommend? Or just as importantly, does anyone have words of warning against sites?
Post # 4
We had a honeymoon regisbut land thought it was a fun ideauntil one of my friends told me it was a $20 charge just for them to get us something on it or to help pay for anything so we decided to take it down, that’s just rediculous!!! We stuck to bed bath andbeyond it was fun and you get free things when you sign up and when people purchase things!!!
Post # 5
bed bath and beyond – however, i have noticed that they don’t keep a good stock of some items in store (errrrgggg rachel ray cookware!!!), but it’s super easy for guests to order online and have it shipped to you
also, i found out etsy has a registry too! haven’t used it but it seems pretty cool if all your guests will be ordering online!
Post # 6
No honeymoon registery, but I am loving Amazon’s. 🙂
Post # 7
amazon’s is pretty cool, if you buy something elsewhere you can still check it off the list!
Post # 8
I have Bed, Bath, and Beyond registry and it’s my favorite. I also have Kohls and Pottery Barn but BBB has a huge variety of stuff in all diff price ranges
Post # 9
just read my post lol darn auto correct and typing from my phone, oh well you get the idea!!
Post # 10
We registered at William Sonoma and Macy’s. JCPenny’s only does online registering, so that means older people may not be able to find the items in the store. I want to caveat this that we’re in our 30s and already combined 2 households, so we don’t need much. My sister in law registered at target for her baby shower, and had a hard time with the registry there.