Post # 1
Hello fellow bee’s. I need some of your wonderful advice on how to word my bridal shower registries on the wedding website. We have a Honeyfund set up for the wedding and are hoping people contribute to that or bring cards (if they choose to gift us outside of their presence) since we are getting married in CA and live in MA. We’d prefer not to lug or ship physical gifts back home. With that being said, I wanted to include my BBB & Pottery Barn registries on the wedding website (let’s face it people always forget where people are registered) but want to phrase it to hint these are only for the bridal shower. Thank you in advance for your advice!!!! xoxo
Post # 2
I’d say don’t put it on your website. The people throwing you your shower can let guests know where you are registered.
Post # 3
I say put it on your website and then remove the links the day after the shower. No wording needed!
Post # 4
Registry information is typically included with a shower invitation, so that’s probably the best way to leave it–let the host distribute it.
If you feel like you really NEED to include it on your website, I would probably put it on there with no special wording, and then just remove it completely following the shower. Chances are pretty good that shower guests aren’t going to go to your wedding website for direction, though…it’s hard enough to get people to go there for wedding info! 🙂
Post # 5
Ok perfect! Ya’ll re-affirmed my previous thought of just not including it. Thank you so very much!