Post # 17
We will be registering, probably at Target and BBB. It’s common/expected with our families, and I know aunts/uncles/cousins/grandparents etc will want to give us gifts. We’re also a pretty young couple – both 25 and in grad school, so we need house stuff. Everything we have is either hand-me-down/old/mismatched or super cheap.
I think we’re actually both pretty excited about registering – it’s a chance to pick out what we want to establish our household together!
Post # 18
best buy does a wedding registry! OH MAN! if my fiance knew this, we would be in big trouble!! that’s his addiction like victorias secret is mine
Post # 19
I insisted on registering. Although my Fiance doesn’t want to because he just wants $$$. I think you need to give people options.
We’re registered at:
Target, Macys, and Crate & Barrel
Post # 21
We are registering at Target on Wednesday. So excited!
Post # 22
We are registered at BB&B, Macy’s and Crate & Barrel. We are already post bridal shower and no one has yet touched the C&B registry. Most people buy from BB&B.
Post # 23
We are not registering. Do what feels right for your guest list and circumstances. 🙂
Post # 26
If you are having a shower, you should register. If not, it’s still nice to have a small registry because some people don’t feel comfortable giving cash and prefer to give a physical gift. We are registering at BB&B and C&B. My mom always tell me how her friends love when brides register at BB&B because of the 20% coupons 🙂
Post # 27
We registered on Amazon.com, but I’m concerned about the people on the guest list who aren’t as internet savy. I put some items from other websites on there, but I’m still debating on whether to register at a store as well. However, I’m worried that if I put some of the same items from the store on Amazon that I will end up with multiple gifts.
Post # 28
I know that doing at least one “big” store is a good idea, for your guests that want to order online it works and there are tons of stores all over the country. If you want mostly cash you cna always pick a more limited registry and spread the word that you want cash, or you could even set up a wishing well site and list it as a registry option on your wesbite/invites.
Post # 29
Cool. Thanks for the suggestions. I think I may want to register at Walmart as well for the guests who aren’t as tech savy then and there is a considerable amount of older guests. We’ll try to fit that in this weekend. We usually shop at Walmart and it’s generally more affordable.