(Closed) Registry etiquette

posted 6 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
2586 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I think more people prefer to shop online actually.  You have 3 months to go – I’d just leave it as is on Amazon – they tend to have better deals too.   I’ve found most people buy at the last minute. 

Post # 4
11364 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

@Ms. Kitty:  I would not do anything other than to add your china at Dillards, while keeping everything else the same. I would not put any type of note on your website.  People tend to give china for the wedding, not the shower.  As long at the Dillard’s registry link is there, people will find it. You do not need to delete the Amazon registry.

I registered for my china at both Macy’s and Bed, Bath & Beyond. The key is, YOU must manage the registry. I looked regularly, and, as soon as I saw a place setting appear as having been bought at one store, I decreased my quantity desired at the other store by one.  That way, you can keep from getting double the amount of china you want, without having to register only at one store.

Post # 5
2712 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

1. I think in this case it’s ok to have 4 registries.  You’re only adding the 4th one so guests can have the option to buy the china in a store.

2. I don’t see a problem with adding Dillards.

3. I don’t think you need a note – just add it to your website.  If you do think you need one, just write something on the registry page such as “For convinience, we registered for our china at both Amazon and Dillards.”

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