The months leading up to your wedding you and your hubby to be will spend quite a bit of money getting things in order for your special day...therefore, let's have a little fun!
On the seventh day of Christmas my wedding planner gave to me..."A Wedding Registry"
A gift registry is a great guide for your guests, cuts down on receiving two irons and an ideal way to keep track of who gave what. One rule of caution - do not overwhelm your guests by choosing a multitude of stores or a speciality shop that is only in your town. Stick to department or chain stores (from various price points) you love and leave it at that...
Lastly, If you’re really dont want gifts, you can always ask guests to make a charitable donation in your name to a favorite cause. Consider registering for gift certificates, or ask your parents and bridal party to spread the word that you’d prefer cash. it’s important to register for at least a few gifts so that guests who want to give a traditional present have the option.
NOTE: proper etiquette dictates that you should never include registry information on your wedding invitation or in your invitation suite. Rely on family members and your bridal party to spread the word. It is acceptable to put your registry information on your wedding website... It’s also inappropriate to request monetary gifts on your invite....Fun times ahead!
Sharon Patrice Simply Perfect Peace Events, Inc. You or your brand want coverage at an upcoming event? Getting married or having a social event and need assistance? Email Me For All Your Event Planning Needs.