Are you the bride who has already been on her own and has everything she needs in the kitchen, bedroom and bath? If so, don’t worry you can still register gifts, with online stores and funding sites you can register for just about anything! Here’s how you do it, at SimpleRegistry.com you can register anything and I mean anything! If there are vintage items you would love, or quirky things that you can only find online, set up a registry with SimpleRegistry.com and get unique gifts from people you love. You can even register for things like music lessons, check out MyRegistry.com for all the unconventional things you can register.
Create a crowdsource account on Paypal and receive funds towards a car, down payment for a house, or towards new appliances. You can even register your honeymoon at HoneyFund.com, or Wanderable.com, it’s not proper wedding etiquette to ask for money, but if you give your guests this option they will not only find it convenient, but they’ll feel like they’re giving you what you really want.
If you and your husband-to-be already have a home, you can ask for the tools and items you will need to renovate one of the rooms in your house. Another idea is to ask for gift cards that don’t expire from Card Avenue, these can be found at the grocery store, pharmacy, and corner stores. Another unconventional idea is to ask your guests to give you books, movies and music that means something to them. This way you can build a multimedia library for your home while giving you and your spouse some great material for those rainy days where you’re stuck in the home with no place to go.
A gift registry is supposed to reflect you and what you need or want, so don’t feel like you have to ask for another can opener if you already have one. These are unique ideas to help you as well as get you what you want. Your guests want to get you something you’ll use, so there is absolutely nothing wrong with asking fro something different if you already have everything you need to start your new life with your better half.