Planning 101: Wedding Gift Registry Options

So, you’re engaged and planning your wedding. If you’ve opted to plan the wedding on your own, there are many things you might not be aware of. It’s completely normal, as it’s most likely your first time going about all of this.

It’s understandable that couples are frequently on a budget when it comes to their big day, but we’ve got some tips to make it easier on yourself. Whether you’re fresh out of school and planning a wedding, or whether you’ve been saving up for quite some time, we’ve got some tips on how to go about your wedding registry.

  • Many couples go the route and register, in-person, at stores such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, or Crate & Barrel. It’s a fun experience for a lot of couples and you get a chance to spend some time browsing stores with your loved one. You’re able to feel the bedding you’d like, firsthand, or smell the scent of your favorite candles.
  • Perhaps you’re on a tight budget for the wedding and don’t require any particular items for your new place together. Honeyfund is a great website that allows you to accept monetary gifts from your guests. This is a fantastic option for those who might not be able to afford the honeymoon vacation they want – or even for those who are struggling with paying for their own wedding. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with asking your guests to “gift” you money towards your wedding vendor’s services. After all, you’ll be putting it towards the joyous celebration of love that they’ll be sharing with you!
  • With it being a digital age, most have decided to go about having a wedding website to share location information, allow guests to RSVP, and provide gift options to your attending guests. There are so, so many great options for [free] wedding websites, but we just love Wedding Jojo‘s cute and modern wedding websites.
Elkridge Furnace Inn Wedding by Jamie D Photography
Donaldson Brown Wedding by Rachel Harrod Photography
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