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FIVE FRIENDLY REMINDERS WHEN REGISTERING FOR GIFTS
It pays to be friendly, particularly when you're arranging a bridal registry with friends and family. It is very important to be courteous to the ones who have selflessly volunteered to buy you the exact gifts you asked for. Keeping in mind these five friendly reminders will endear you to your wedding guests and help ensure all the presents you desire.
1. Register at Different Stores
Choosing just one type of store risks putting a burden on your shoppers financially and creatively. If you've only signed up with one expensive department store, then you will have a very limited selection of affordable gifts. Also, allowing more options between types of stores (kitchenware, furniture, hardware and clothing) lets your guests feel like cheerful givers rather than servants doing your bidding.
2. Remember the Price
After selecting a few stores, remember to choose a variety of gifts that cater to the budget and tastes of your guests. Not everybody will be able to purchase a pricey piece of furniture. Maybe a modest collection of casual china or other dinnerware is all one family can afford to buy you. For this reason, choose many gifts within a full range of prices.
3. Set Them Up Online
The friendliest gesture you can offer is to set your wedding guests up online. Online bridal registries offer a great deal of convenience in terms of price, selection and delivery. Wedding guests can simply login, buy their gift online and have it shipped to the bride and groom's residence with no added hassle.
4. Be Tactful When Broaching the Subject
It's not polite to ask friends and family to buy you gifts. Therefore, it's not advisable to send out bridal registry information along with wedding invitations. The best way to spread the news is by word of mouth. Another acceptable way of revealing the registry plan is on the bridal shower invitations, which are not sent out by the bride and groom personally.
5 Can You Say Thank You?
Always be appreciative of a gift. It's easy to forget to send a thank you note after so many wedding parties and events. But it's simply polite etiquette and the friendly thing to do for your wedding guests who have been so generous.