(Closed) Registry

posted 8 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
3575 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

We have lived together for several years before Fiance proposed and we decided to upgrade a lot of our household items through our registry.  What we had I either wrapped and stored (mamma didn’t raise no fool…gotta look out for yourself) and the other stuff we donated to Purple Heart charity.

But there are sites where you can actually register for bottles of wine (if that’s your thing), hardwood flooring, front doors, and yes, honeymoons…or excursions on your honeymoon.  I don’ t think there is anything wrong with that.

Post # 4
484 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@Soon to be Mrs. Z: Now adays people register for ANYTHING!!  My cousin registered for stuff to remodel their home… they say honeymood registries are normal as well as people helping with photography purchases from the wedding… Were in the same boat… though I will be registering for some stuff… in general wed prefer cash… Ive read nice ways to ask for that as well

Post # 5
404 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

We have a small honeymoon registry on Traveler’s Joy and it has been awesome.

We also registered at Crate and Barrel to give our guests some options.  The honeymoon registry gifts were all bought up first. 

I have gotten so many compliments on the honeymoon registry. Your guests can get excited about your trip with you and all of mine have been happy to contribute. 

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