Post # 1
Wedding is just 4 months away and I have no idea what to register for. We have dishes,pots, sheets, china, furniture,etc.. so what should we register for? We bought a house 6 months ago, so we already bought those items.
Anyone else in this dilemma! I don’t want ask for cash. We have 70 people,attending and another 15 more than will send a gift but won’t be able to attend
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2013 - Country Club
Have you thought about doing a honeymoon registry?
Post # 4
Or if you don’t want anything, maybe ask people to donate to a charity of your choice?
Post # 5
We needed nothing so we registered for nothing.
Post # 6
I’ve read that a lot of people see this as tacky…. I’m reluctant to do it but would really love to. We don’t have much money for a honeymoon but we already live together and have a very small apartment.
It’s annoying becuase most of the things I’d put on my registry I could barely use right now, in our tiny appartment (new vacuum, stand mixer, etc), so I’m hoping people will just opt to give us cash, but I have a feeling we’ll end up with a bunch of crap we don’t need :/
Hope you get some answers, OP!
Post # 7
I’m in the same boat you are. Or so I thought. I have a planning book that literally has four or five pages worth of list of things to register for. I didn’t think of most of them, but it would be nice to have. I already had a lot of them, but others I didn’t (like a little handheld vacuum and an air bed) I found a similar list online. Maybe it can inspire you!
Post # 9
I would love to, but had some friends make snarky remarks about them 🙁
Post # 10
I would register for things you wish you could upgrade. Maybe you have been dreaming of fancy lightswitch covers, outlets with usb ports, a new mailbox, window boxes, a custom doormat, Christmas lights for the exterior of your home (my cuz got her’s as a wedding gift), a new ceiling fan, etc.
I am jealous because I was just bemoaning that we haven’t decided between buying or building yet so we CAN”T register for all those lovely updates. lol
Post # 11
We registered for things we wouldn’t buy ourselves: expensive picture frames, a decanter, waffle iron, expensive sheets…. just things we wouldn’t spend our money on but that we’d like to have.
Post # 12
We were also wondering about that and my Future Mother-In-Law suggested a home renovation fund – we’ve put a list of things that need to be done ex: new windows, new kitchen sink, fixing the foundation, etc. It’s something that’s more practical to us and we don’t need to upgrade on the stuff that we already have. So far, those that I’ve talked to think it’s a great idea since we just bought a house and we’ve been living together for 3 years.
Post # 13
We cook a lot, so we registered for things like copper pots, silpats, food dehydrator, pizza peels, baking stones, cast iron pans, enameled dutch oven, etc. Things that we would use, but aren’t the basic kitchen tools we already had. Maybe try registering for things that would contribute to hobbies that you have, like a Christmas or Birthday wish list. Best of luck!
Post # 14
I told anyone that would listen to get us GC to Home Depot/ Lowe’s. We needed to paint, get plants, & tools. We were combining two houses, so we had two of everything. I moved into DH’s house and alot of work needed … who am I kidding … STILL needs to be done around here. Everyone completely understood and we got a lot of projects done 😀
Post # 15
oh we’re definitely in the same boat! We will have had our house for a year when we get married and literally have we need. So I think we’ll go and check out those things that we want but wouldn’t necessarily buy ourselves…
loooove this idea too!
Post # 16
We didnt register. We have a lot already and nothing we really “need”. My friend registered for a ton of crap she didnt need just to return it for store credit to buy bigger ticker items.