Post # 1
hey bees would it be tacky to do a gift registry at Ross?
they do have some great home decor and stuff only for the house not clothes and thing like that. i always shop there and i love there stuff for the house there home decor and bedding and bathroom sets what do you ladies think? in this economy im just trying to give peoplel a low budget choice too.
Post # 3
I’m not sure how’d you register at Ross since their inventory changes regularly. But you could certainly spread via word of mouth that you’d like gift cards there.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I can’t imagine that a store that sells regularly rotating overstock items and mismanufactured pieces from other stores would be able to do a registry for you.
Post # 5
I don’t know if they have a registry. If I saw a Ross registry though, I’d think it’s tacky. Nothing against Ross (I shop there regularly), but it’s mostly a clothing store and I think wedding gifts should be household items that both bride and groom can use.
If you’re interested in low cost registry options, Walmart, Target, and Amazon.com all offer registries.
Post # 6
I am pretty sure they don’t – I don’t even know how that could be possible.
Like another bee said, on your registry info you could add Ross Gift Cards as an option.
Post # 7
I’m pretty sure they don’t have one. I agree with the other bees about indicating a gift card preference.
Post # 8
No, they don’t have a set inventory so it would be hard for them to have a registry.
Post # 9
@babu22: thats a great idea thank you so much!
Post # 10
@mrsSonthebeach: ahh you girls are right i wont do Ross.