Setting up your Wedding Gift Registry
The invention of the wedding gift registry is one of the greatest ideas anyone ever came up with.
I know that when I got married 26 years ago, I got two irons, three coffee pots, two waffle irons, towels that didn’t match any thing, etc.
Nowadays that is no longer a problem with the invention of the wedding gift registry.
All a bride has to do is pick a couple of chain stores that support gift registries and fill out a wish list.
It is recorded in every branch of that particular store in the country by a central database system.
When someone purchases an item in any store and removes it from the registry, it is removed from every registry in the country so you don’t end up with any duplicates.
You can register items in any number of stores from Target to Neiman Marcus to Home Depot.
You can select very inexpensive items that you need all the way to the expensive ones.
Don’t be afraid to include the “too cheap” or the “too expensive” items.
If you have several items that are inexpensive, someone may very well purchase several of those and put them together as one gift,
knowing that they are items that you need and want. The same goes for expensive items.
Don’t be afraid to include them because sometimes a group of family or friends might go in together to purchase one of the more expensive items,
knowing that you would really be blessed with a large gift which you might not feel that you could afford to purchase yourself.