Post # 1
I’m curious where some people may have registered besides the big ones: Macy’s, Crate and Barrell, Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Bloomingdales, BBB and Target.
I’m toying with the idea of Wishspot but I fear that guests may not be that web savvy and it will confuse people.
Post # 3
We registered at Anthropologie and Amazon.com. I LOVE using Amazon’s wedding registry actually, it’s my favorite out of the four we did- we are also registered at Target and Macys.
Post # 4
Ooh I love Anthro. I’ve done Macy’s and since we only have 80 guests we’re choosing one other.
What kind of things did you register for at Amazon? I know it can be almost anything!
Post # 5
Our main registry was our honeymoon registry but I included JcPenney and Target for those who may like the idea of a traditional gift instead. We did our honeymoon because we already have a house full of stuff and didn’t just want more stuff. We wanted to be able to take a honeymoon and were able to because of the registry. We chose the two other stores because they are in our area so it would be easy to go and buy from if they didn’t do it online. Accessibility was definitely one of the main factors when choosing them.
Post # 6
Hmm, I’ve been toying with the idea of registering at Anthropologie, specifically b/c I really like their linens. Can anyone comment on the quality of the products, ease of registering, ease of purchasing through the registry, etc? Is it actually a registry or a "wish list?"
Post # 7
Don’t forget about Pampered Chef!! They have some great stuff! We registered at Macys, BB&B, Pampered Chef, and Crate and Barrel!!
Post # 8
…we registered at Macys. but also at Sears for some really large, big ticket items for groups to go in on: vacuum, Snowthrower, kegerator, grilling supplies, microwave…