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#1 AlbertaCarrie

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    Posted 25 August 2010 - 11:30 AM

    I signed up for ehoneymoonregistry and I really like it- I just want to make sure it's 100% legit, so would like to know if anyone has had success with it.  Thanks!!

    #2 odokx003

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      Posted 20 April 2011 - 09:17 AM

      Did you ever get a response to this? DId you use it and was it good? I am a bit worried!



      #3 hannaj

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        Posted 26 May 2011 - 12:00 PM

        I have never heard of this but we are using www.uponourstar.com and I assume it is something similar- it is a wish/honeymoon type registry but we liked it for it's universal capabilities to really add anything on- honeymoon, spa, dining, furniture, dishes- it is so far, really easy (and fun!) - so if you are still looking, I would check it out.  HTH! 

        #4 hotlantabride

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          Posted 25 August 2011 - 04:37 PM

          I would like to check both of these sites out. Hadn't decided what I was going to out a registry, but maybe now I will think about it.

          Terricca and JeVon ~~Reverse Destination from Bermuda to Atlanta, Georgia~~ July 18th 2012

          #5 Casi

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            Posted 19 March 2012 - 09:15 AM

            I found this honeymoon registry site from one of my favorite wedding sites (Offbeat Bride). Check out the sample registries here: http://www.buy-our-h...a/about/samples. I haven't made my own yet, but from what I can see of the samples and the great reference from Offbeat Bride, I think this is the one I'm going to use for our registry. They only charge a one time fee rather than taking a percentage of each gift that is bought (although if you use PayPal they have their own fees). Offbeat Bride also reviewed a similar site, Traveler's Joy, but I don't really like how they charge a percentage per gift. 


            There is a lot of debate on whether honeymoon registry is "tacky" or not (see comments in the OBB article for buy-our-honeymoon). I personally think it's a great idea, especially since these days more and more couples live together for several years before they get married and have already established a home and don't need anything. This is the case with my fiance and I, and we weren't going to register at all. But we keep getting asked from friends and family about where we are going to register because they want to give us gifts. Luckily we discovered this honeymoon registry idea because we almost broke down and registered at Macy's for a bunch of stuff we don't need or want.  


            What do you think about honeymoon registry?

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