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Honeymoon registry + destination wedding too much?!

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Urg, I just got my wedding invitations and am all ready to send them out and I completely forgot about a gift registry! I thought that the honeymoon registry would be a good way to do things so that we didnt end up with a bunch of stuff we didnt need since my FI and I already live together... when I ran it by my mom she thought that since we were having a destination wedding already it wouldnt good to ask for people to contribute to a honeymoon since we were already vacationing... kind of excessive she thought. Now I am worried about what to do?! feedback.gif

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well here's my two cents ¢¢. hehehe

 

You have already had the invitations printed. Send them out as is. If people ask where you are registered just say "we are already asking a lot for people to join us in Los Cabos and to us that is enough and we didn't want to have to lug back a bunch of gifts so if you are inclined we made a honeymoon registry."

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A lot of girls here had both ! I had both and I actually received a lot of money on my registry !! And not only from people who were not coming...

 

I also put my TTD package on there... divided in 15 pieces... the good thing about a honeymoon registry is that you do what you want with it...

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I would send them out and not worry about it. If youu want to register somewhere, and you are unsure of registering for the honeymoon, think about registering with a photographer! They tend to be expensive and in the end everyone gets a picture of the two of you so they see what their money was spent on!

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I agree.. send them out as is. I am personally against including registry cards in invitations. If people want to know where you are registered, just say like what Jean-marcus mentioned above. Also, let close friends and family know that info as well so they can pass around the word if asked.

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