Post # 1
I jut noticed that my Macy’s registry has a "thank you card manager" that tells you who has purchased items from your registry.
Its a cool idea but I feel sneaky looking at it.
I checked our Bed Bath and Beyond registry and I can’t find a feature like that.
Does your registry have it? How do you feel about it?
Post # 3
That feature would be helpful in writing out your cards! Imagine if you lost the page of names and gifts! You’re going to know eventually anyway.
Post # 4
I don’t think BBB has it. But I also inadvertently found it on the Williams-Sonoma registry. After the first time, when I found it by accident, I never went back because I felt like it ruined the surprise too much (I say too much because I have been known to registry stalk to see what items are taken . . .). Before my showers I tried not to look at the registries at all because then it really is nice to be surprised. I do think the "thank you note manager" could come in handy after the wedding – you could keep a printout to remind you that Aunt Sally bought the wine glasses, etc.
Post # 5
Also I recommend keeping you own "thank you note manager" in google documents so you can quickly update from anywhere who gave you what and whether you have written the note or not!
Post # 6
I love it. I didn’t realize that Macy’s had it until a few days before my wedding. I checked my registry roughly every other day though, so I didn’t feel sneaky. I did PICK the gifts after all 😉
Post # 7
- Wedding: April 2018 - The Grand Old House, Grand Cayman
When I buy gifts at Williams-Sonoma they always ask for my address, for the bride’s thank you notes! That, coupled with identifying who bought what, are awesome features that every place should have!
Post # 8
Bloomingdales has it and I LOVE it. Wish Crate and Barrel had it too….