Post # 1
I am wondering if anyone has done online registries? All of our guests are from out of town and we thought that online registries may be more convenient for them and for us (everything is sent straight to the house- no worries having someone haul them around after the reception!) Is there anything I should watch out for or be mindful of?
I should say that I hae found this website that sponsors some major stores and when a gift is purchased through the registry, a certain percentage of the $ is given to a charity of your choice. 🙂
Post # 3
I registered at BB&B, but have done a lot online. It’s pretty easy, and most stuff is online too.
Try Amazon.com. That would be convenient!
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2018 - Dreams Cancun Resort & Spa
I thought online registries were the norm now at days. Even if you pick out the items at an actual store, I assumed your guests would still be able to access them online and ship them to you.
We registered at Crate & Barrel and Amazon and loved it! A great thing about Crate & Barrel is that they will give you 10% off all the items left on your registry after your wedding if none of your guests happen to purchase those items and you still want them.
Post # 5
One FANTASTIC discovery I made was the honeymoon registry online. I use Honeyfund.com, and the great thing about them is that you can be as specific as you want with your gifts (night at such and such hotel, dinner at this restaurant, airfare, etc) and the guests write a check, fill out the form online, indicate that they’ve fulfilled the gift, and mail you the check directly. That way you have the money prior to the honeymoon. It’s not for everyone, but for someone like me who already has a furnished home and doesn’t need a second or third toaster, the honeymoon registry is a great way for your guests to give you something that you can use!
Post # 6
Thanks for all the tips! I like the idea of the honeymoon registry too! Let the shopping begin!