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How To Politely Register For Your Wedding by Andrew Stratton

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How To Politely Register For Your Wedding

Every bride should have tact, especially when it comes to registering for wedding presents. While you may be tempted to ask for your hearts desire while selecting items, remember to be realistic as well. Because you are basically asking people to buy you things, it is only right that you make the process as easy as possible for you as well as your friends and family.

There are a few basic rules to follow when setting up your wedding registry that are tactful and shouldn't offend anyone.

1. Set up your registry as soon as possible. You already have an idea of what you're going to need, so as soon as you set a date, set up your registries. These days, you don't even have to leave the house to do this. You and your groom can peruse web sites of stores and create a list from the comfort of your home.

So, there's no good reason for putting off this chore. After all, you're asking people to buy stuff. It's only polite to give them ample time to purchase your gift.

2. Give everyone options. Most big-chain stores have wedding registry options, so make sure to include one of these in your list so that everyone has access. Remember, not everyone has a computer to shop on-line and hometown shops probably won't have a web site.

You also want to choose a wide variety of items at every price point. Yes, some of your friends and family will spend a lot of money on you, but others have a general budget for wedding gifts. Expect most people to spend an average of $50, so have plenty of choices for this and less.

3. Don't announce your registries. Never put this information on the wedding invitations or the 'Save the date' cards. The hostess of your showers can put it on those invites. You can put your web site address on 'Save the date' cards. Have the info available on your web site. Of course, people will ask you where you are listed and you can certainly tell them. Just don't offer the information unsolicited.

4. Don't ask for money. If you'd rather have cash, just don't register. Remember, some people will give you cash and gift cards, but everyone else is left to their own imaginations if you don't offer guidelines.

5. Promptly thank everyone. Thank You notes should be handwritten and specifically refer to the gift. Sure, you can thank someone in an e-mail, but that does not take the place of a traditional note. Everyone should receive this kind of personal thanks (and they will expect it).

While it is customary for everyone who gets a wedding invitation to get you a gift, it is not a given. Be appreciative for the gifts you do receive and gracious to those who come to the event with or without a gift.

The presence of friends and family to help you celebrate your big day should be all you need. When it is all said and done, marriage is about family, not how many gifts you get.

Don't let the overflow of gifts at your nuptials overwhelm you. In New Orleans weddings are celebrated with a little bit of tactfulness-set up a wedding registry. Learn the basic rules of creating a winsome wedding here

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