(Closed) To register or not register…

posted 14 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
251 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I would register for a small number of less basic items that would be nice to have but that you won’t need immediately.  Things like serving platter, a butter dish or gravy boat or whatever to match the plates you buy on your own, maybe some kitchen appliances like a stand mixer or a blender or food processor, things like that.  Or if you already have any stuff that you can make do with but would like to upgrade to better quality, such as good knives or something, now is a good chance to get them.  I think it would be a good idea to create at least a small registry – but only register for things you will actually use.  Don’t register for things with the intention of returning them for cash – if you’re going to do that, then just don’t create a registry in the first place.

Post # 5
453 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2008

What about a honeymoon registry?  I think Honeyfund does one for free.  It’s just a fancy way for people to give you money.  The money they give goes into your PayPal account.  For some reason this is more acceptable to Americans than writing a check. *shrug*

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