(Closed) Registry list

posted 6 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
12973 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

You should cover every price point on your registry, with the most number of items falling between $25 and $50.  I registered for a $500 vacuum, but my dishes are like $5/plate.  I don’t expect to get the vacuum, but it’s an option if someone really wants to go that high.  I think you registered for good things.  Fiance and I already live together, so we registered for new towels/bath accessories, dishes, cups, silverware, etc. 

To answer your other questions,
– You will likely be getting the majority of these gifts at the shower, not at the wedding.  In my experience, people generally give money at weddings – that could vary from circle to circle, but most weddings I’ve been to in the last 5-10 years, no one brought gifts, just envelopes and checks.

– I have no idea what a honeymoon jar is.  My guess is that it’s a way to ask for money for the honeymoon?  If that’s right, I’d run away from that idea – it’s very, very rude.  If I saw that at a bridal shower, I’d be tempted to not only not contribute, but leave.   

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