As you are looking around at where to register for wedding gifts you may want to consider a Honeymoon registry. Many people today already have all the of the household things that you need so why not have guests help you pay for the perfect honeymoon instead of buying you another toaster!
I am affiliated with Honeymoon Wishes and I love their great options. It is free to set up an account with them and it is easy to set up. You will be able to pick your destination and activities you would like to do on your honeymoon. Many that are specific to that destination are already there for you to choose and you can add your own easily. Even if you have already booked and paid for your honeymoon you can still register for things like upgrading your room and adding any special activities that you had your eye on that just weren’t in your budget.
You will be able to set up your own personalized wedding web page to share with your guests. On this page you can add all the details of your wedding and even add other places that you are registered. You can add your own images and personalized messages. Guests can RSVP and find any travel details that they need for your big day.
You will be able to withdraw funds at anytime and in any amount to help pay for deposits and other travel expenses. You can choose to direct deposit into your account, receive a check in the mail or have funds sent to any partner resort, tour company or cruise line. There is a service fee but you can choose to have that taken out of your money or you can have guests pay that as they would pay for shipping if they bought an item off of an online registry.
Other features include;
- Downloadable announcements to print
- An email announcement wizard
- A wedding website
- A full online photo album
- A wedding blog
- Toll free number to help guests with your registry if they are not computer savy
- A share tool, to post your registry on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites
If you are interested you can check out my page at Honeymoon Wishes by clicking the link.