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How To Create A Wedding Registry That Gives Your Guests The Most Options

Oct 31, 2013 | Posted by:  abi s

One of the biggest problems couples face when making their gift registry is to remain focused. It is tempting to add things that you fancy but in all actuality may never use. Everyone likes pretty things and the thought of getting these things as gifts will give you Goosebumps.
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However, let’s not get carried away and forget what the true purpose of the wedding registry is. It is a way to get the items you most want and need to start your new life as husband and wife without struggling to get the basics. Below are a few tips to help you create wedding gift registry that will encompass what you need while providing your guests options in both item and price range.
  1. The very first thing you need to do is to consider your living space now, not where you hope to be 5-10 years from now. Think about your storage space for fine china and silver or other items like seasonal stuff. Do you really want to own these things that you will only use once or twice a year. Now every couple could use some great everyday dinnerware and flatware or something just a bit fancier but that will be used often.
  1. Start early!  Remember you will be getting gifts at the bachelorette party, the bridal shower, and on actual wedding. And even if friends or relatives can’t come to the wedding they may want to honor you with a wedding gift.
  1. Register at more than one store but limit the number to no more than 2 or 3 at the most four. Choose stores that have things you like and know you will use. A kitchen store, a home goods store and a department are generally all the places you need to create wedding registries with. Have a large selection for instance if you have invited 200 guests have at least 250 items on your wedding registry. And you should strive to keep the price tags reasonable. Divide your list into thirds with 1/3 under $50, 1/3 up to $175 and the final 3rd $175 and up.
  1. Choose stores that have brick and mortar counterparts locally and are available worldwide. While many people are comfortable with online shopping some of your older relatives and friends may like that they can pick up the items in-store.
  1. It is perfectly reasonable to add some of the more modern household gadgets. Wines of the month and honeymoon registries are also extremely popular. Do not eliminate all of the traditional items since a lot of people are stuck on tradition.


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