(Closed) To register or not to register

posted 9 years ago in Gifts and Registries

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(Closed) To register or not to register

posted 9 years ago in Gifts and Registries

The topic ‘To register or not to register’ is closed to new replies.

(Closed) To register or not to register

posted 9 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
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34 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2012

You can always do a honeymoon registry! That way you don’t end up with 3 toasters or an ugly bowl from aunt so-and-so, people can pop online and contribute to a nice trip for you two.

Post # 4
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746 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I agree with TEAMFIGS! If you have a wedding website, you could write on there about how you don’t need more ‘stuff.’ I had a friend who recently got married and asked people for Amazon Gift Cards because they wanted to save up to buy a fancy camera. Perhaps you could do something like that?

Post # 5
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3356 posts
Sugar bee

Or do a small registry with things that always need replacing (towels, sheets, small kitchen gadgets).  I don’t think anyone has a house full of perfectly new items.

I think most people will take the small registry hint and give cash.

 

 

Post # 7
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1375 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

The paypal, etc. registries do exist, but they are seen as grabbing.  People know that money is always an acceptable gift, you don’t need to overtly ask for it.

Post # 8
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4042 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

My brother has a wish list at Amazon (which means almost infinite selection). Personally a a guest, I love registries as it really helps me pick something the couple would want or need. I hate when left to a blank slate?

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