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Utilize a checklist for what to add to the registry. It can be super overwhelming but think about your lifestyle and what you need. If you’re someone that doesn’t cook, you don’t need to register for as many kitchen related gifts. A Honeyfund is also a great way to be able to afford the honeymoon you want vs. getting a bunch of gifts. There are also a lot of couples selecting the option for donations to charities instead of gifts.
Zola – The easiest, most seamless experience. They pull items from multiple sites like Amazon, Crate and Barrel, Bed Bath & Beyond and even Anthropologie. They also have multiple cash funds including Honeymoon fund or Home renovation fund guests can add to, AirBNB gift cards, Airline gift cards, experiences such as a photographer for a day on your honeymoon, date nights, services like a gift card for your name change, and even subscriptions like a Monthly Wine Club.
Zola has a very helpful registry builder telling you what you need more of in specific price categories based on number of guests, and even a swipe left or right category to help you select items perfect for you. It is also a one stop shop for your wedding website, guest list that has RSVP capabilities (cheaper on your wallet for invitations), and can order Save the Dates and Invitations from there.
Amazon – Also becoming super popular and very easy to use with obviously, a ton to choose from. Everyone loves an easy delivery method! #prime
Crate and Barrel – Great selections, affordable prices, easy returns and you receive a discount for 6 months after your wedding for anything you want to purchase.
Anthropologie – This is a great add on option for anything more unique, home goods, home decor, etc.
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