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#11 kmk2016

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 04:57 PM

No registry for us. If I do get a request to host a shower on my behalf I will request that it's a get together with no gifts. Those who insist on still giving a gift will likely give cash (that's how FI's family is), but if we get physical gifts we will accept them graciously but need nothing. It's why I'm hoping no one offers to host a shower! As for the bachelorette, we plan on having a couple (one at home, one in Vegas)... And of course no worries about gifts then!

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#12 nattiegams325

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 09:53 AM

We're in the process of registering as we've had a few people say they won't be able to make the wedding but want to send a gift. I'm not having a shower though (my own choice) but my MOH/sister is planning a bachelorette party!

#13 keezy

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 10:23 AM

I personally do not want a shower!! I was thinking about just adding a registry and a bank acc for those that want to give cash on our wedding website,

#14 Nybride525

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 01:48 PM

I am unsure if I will do a registry...I guess if anyone suggests it I will like if my bm hint on a shower, but even when I had my daughter I was hesitant for a registry but was talked into it by family lol. We already have a house together so the normal registry stuff we already have


#15 colivia

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Posted 03 June 2014 - 01:42 PM

We weren't going to do a registry, but we had quite a few people bugging us to register somewhere.  So we are registered at two places.  A few of our friends/bridesmaids are hosting a coed "Stock the Bar" shower for us where we live now.  My mom and the other bridesmaids are hosting a bridal shower for me in my hometown.  They also want to host a bachelorette party for me, but I might not have one.  It is very overwhelming trying to save enough money for a destination wedding let alone spend a bunch on a bachelorette weekend. 

#16 Chrysta

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Posted 19 June 2014 - 09:50 AM

We originally had a honeymoon fund registry until our parents told us it was tacky. I don't believe that it is but since we are doing a destination wedding everyone ASSUMED we were staying there for our honeymoon....but we aren't. But anyways I got frustrated and created a registry for Macys and Kohls for more crap that we don't need. Everyone's presence Is our present! We are asking our friends and family to shell out cash to share our big day....we don't need any gifts. My shower is going to be a boudoir shower so those registries wont help there either. LOL!

#17 NixSpade

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 10:15 PM

My FI and I live together and have way too many things. So we were talking about doing a registry type thing for an anniversary vacation/honeymoon. We have 4 kids between the 2 of us (from 20yrs right down to our 1yr old) so we need vacation time. 

#18 BarbaraBusybee

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 04:49 PM

My husband's family is very big into ediquite and they are already working on my DD's shower.  As for her batcherlett party her MOH and BM's are working on that and we are doing a cruise wedding.

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