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Online Bridal Registry - Wedding Gifts made easy for the Bride and for the Guests

June 9th, 2006

Online Bridal Registry - Wedding Gifts made easy for the Bride and for the Guests

Kohl's online bridal registry

Summer is the “wedding season” and there is so much planning and preparation for the brides and grooms and the wedding guest too.  If you are the lucky bride and groom you might want to consider setting up your gift registry online.  If you are a guest going to the wedding you can appreciate the convenience of having the item delivered directly to you or the wedding party.

You can set up gift registry at separate retail outlets in person.  You can also go online and set up the registry on the internet.  The internet can save a bunch of time when looking for the items that you would like to purchase.  The downfall is that you may not have seen the item in person.  Depending on how much time that you have available you might want to combine your efforts by shopping at the store as well as online.

 

While many of the traditional stores such as Kohl’s offer a free bridal registry online, there are others that let you have a one stop location for all online stores.  A website called MyRegistry will let you build on all online retail vendors giving you more selection and making a list available to your entire guest in a one location.  The nice part about a bridal registry is that you will avoid getting duplicate gifts and ones that you really don’t want.  You improve your chances of receiving gifts that will actually be useful and treasured. 

You can email your family and friends or publish the information of the internet location in your printed information.  Either way your family and freinds will have an easily accessible list to shop from.  If you have every waded through a print out of a gift registry at a store, it can become a long winded job for the person buying the gift.  By using the internet the guests are able to browse at their leisure to make their decision.

 

By having the registry online your family can decide to have it shipped or they can check at the local stores for the item.  By seeing the list first they will be better armed to go shopping and will more than likely pick a gift that they would like to give.  The bridal registry will report to guests if the gift has already been purchased so that it will help reduce duplicate gifts.

While online store registry is often a free service, a third party such as MyRegistry will charge a small fee for the service.  At the time of the writing MyRegistry has a $9.95 per year subscription fee to use their service.  This is a relatively inexpensive amount considering the flexibility it offers.

 

You can also use online gift registry services for other occasions such as for baby showers, for a house warming, or for a birthday.  You will make your decision on the extensiveness of your registry by how many gifts you are intending to receive.  With a Bridal Registry there is a need for a wide variety of gifts and an online service that covers many stores is beneficial.

 
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