18 Aug

Registry Love

RegistryLove‘s motto is great: Any gift. Any Store. One registry. And they totally mean it. So even that local indie gem in your neighborhood you love to shop at – you can add them on your registry too. They’re the first wedding registry to co-operate with independent retailers & big box stores. Love that!

If you don’t want your registry to be restricted to a single store (we say register for all your fave!), or confuse your guests with multiple registries RegistryLove will help you  consolidate it all for you. Same thing if you’ve already created other gift registries. They’ll bring them all together into one, easy to use registry.

They’ll  provide you with an on-call registry concierge to help you every step of the way. Creating a gift registry should be the easy, fun and stress free part of planning done in your own time, not just crammed into one demanding afternoon.

A skydiving trip for two? A wood-fire pizza oven? The good china? A honeymoon fund? A day of pampering? Something special from your favorite boutique? Whatever it is, you can register it at RegistryLove.

Visit their website for great gift ideas, and sign up for your free personalized registry.

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This post was sponsored by Registry Love.
 

Comments

  1. I have seen RegistryLove in another site. Promising alternative for new brides who do not want to be restricted by traditional registries. Cool! Hope a lot of brides would see this.

  2. Registry love looks interesting, the option of adding independent stores and retailers must be very convenient for brides.

  3. I’ve been looking for a site like this. There are similar ones out there, but I’ve heard of issues where guests might purchase a gift in store or on the website of a big box store and it will not sync with the master list on a site like this – then you end up with duplicate gifts. Anyone try registrylove and know if that kind of thing happens with this site as well?

  4. Any idea where I can find the white pendant light shown in the collage above? I love it!

  5. Any gift. Any store. One registry. Check out @registrylove, who co-operates with indie retailers and big-box stores. http://t.co/3AaeziyA

  6. My fiance and I had the same feeling about a need for easier access to unique items you can’t find at national retailers. I built knackregistry.com to make it possible, and hope it is a useful tool for others. Glad to see others focusing on the same problem, and working to help build a better registry experience.

  7. It’s so unfortunate that Marika was so responsive when I signed up with Regsitrylove.com a few months ago and now, 13 days before my wedding, I haven’t been able to get a response from anyone at the company in over a month. I now have to move my registry somewhere else to keep it updated. I’m also worried that the gifts that have been purchased by my dear family and friends are a lost cause. I have repeatedly tried to contact them for almost a month to no avail. So sad to see so many business fail due to lack of customer service.

  8. DO NOT USE THIS WEBSITE! They take your guests money and do not distribute gifts. The site was great in the beginning but now that my wedding date has past, my gifts are undelivered and no one is answering the phone, returning emails or responding to chats at all. There are 3 complaints filed against them on the Better Business Bureau website. They are not accredited by the BBB. Do not let an accredited business handle your money or your wedding dreams.

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