Post # 1
I am looking to find a gift registry that I can list all of the gifts we would like from all kinds of stores (even some that don’t do registries) and guests can check in and cross off what they bought. Has anyone had a good experience with something like that?
Post # 3
All registries are kinda like that. I registered at Macy’s and I had a lot of guests buy items at other stores and then call Macys and tell them they bought them. Macy’s then checks my registry off as “fulfilled” so I didn’t get duplicates.
Post # 4
Most stores are set up like this. And you usually have an account and you can even go on the registry website prior to the shower/wedding and see what has been purchased from your registry and additional items not on your registry.
Post # 5
@vianico: The Amazon.com registry allows you to add things from pretty much any online store and allows your friends and family to mark what they bought. I registered for some anthropologie knobs this way and got them! They have a button you add to your favorites bar called the universal registry button that lets you add from wherever.
Post # 6
Thanks Kate that’s really helpful.
Post # 7
@kate169: Agreed! I love the Amazon universal registry!!! I have one for birthday/Christmas presents, it makes life so much easier for Darling Husband 😉
Post # 8
I recently started filling out a registry at registry360.com, but I just read on an older post here that they charge a commission on every purchase. Does anyone know if the Amazon registry works that way, too?
Post # 9
myregistry.com does exactly what you’re looking for!
You can even add offline items and upload your own pictures, etc.
Post # 10
Amazon has a neat feature where you can say you bought the gift elsewhere and it get crossed off the list.