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Thanks!  I wanted to include a charitable option as well, and I love the idea of finding a charity in the area where the wedding is! 

 

I will probably put at the top of my registry page: "Your presence at our wedding would be the best gift.  If a gift is your intention, please visit our registries below or consider contributing to the following charitable organizations in our honor."  Then I might provide a little description of each organization and why we selected it.

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I think I put something similar, less poetic though! Once I set up the registry I am going to add the link above the statement, and send an "update email" to all the guests. 

 

 

We do ask that if you are planning to go to Hawaii, 
that you do not bring or give us gifts.

We see it as a gift to have you attend, and we are
sure that you can save that money on an holiday excursion. 

 

I used weddingwire.com because they are free and are pretty easy to use. They have a lot of designs, but are bit limited in font types and colours. I'm really happy with how the website turned out, and my guests have found it easy to use.


Originally Posted by LauraMinn View Post

I'd like to put a similar disclaimer on my page.  How are you phrasing the disclaimer?  I'm thinking of something along these lines: "Your presence at our wedding would be the best gift."  and then just having the registry links below that.  Anyone have suggestions?

 

Also, if you could say what website services you're using, I could use recommendations!

 

Thanks!



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