List of Wedding Registries

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List of Wedding Registries. Here is a list of the top 20 national wedding registries in the United States. If you are getting married, you are going to want to use this list to easily set up your wedding registry making shower gift, and wedding gift, shopping easy for your friends and family!


Here is a list of the top 20 national wedding registries in the United States. If you are getting married, you are going to want to use this list to easily set up your wedding registry making shower gift, and wedding gift, shopping easy for your friends and family!


Planning a wedding? Know someone who is? People prefer to buy shower and wedding gifts that they know the bride and groom can use, so wedding registries have become very popular. Below is a list of wedding registries. Besides preventing alike gifts – the registry will track purchases to avoid duplicates – many wedding registries offer extra discounts, gifts or free shipping!

My nieces have all taken a walk down the aisle the last few years (wish Sonny-boy would get his butt in gear). They all signed up for wedding registries for shower gifts, as well as wedding presents. While no one “owes” you a gift when you invite them to a wedding or a shower, the truth is most people will bring one! We want to help a young couple get a start on their new married life, and not end up in debt trying to afford a few comforts.

As a buyer, wedding registries help me understand what the couple would like: their taste, what they still need, I won’t buy something Aunt Edna is also buying, etc.

Yes, a wedding registry can be time-consuming to set-up, but the lack of duplicates, slipping a word to your mom so Aunt Louise knows what to buy (that’s how we did it before registries) make the time spent on building a registry worthwhile.

I do not advise anyone to begin a registry at every store on this list. Pick two or three stores you are comfortable with, that are affordable for your guests, and that have a good selection of merchandise you can actually use. While I have listed national registries, do not ignore specialty stores in your immediate area. One of my nieces had a nice selection picked out at a local fine china store, and I purchased her several shower gifts there (that is nice for folks who are local).

Be sure to read all the terms of service for whatever wedding registry you sign up for as the details are in the fine print!

List of Wedding Registries

Amazon Wedding Registry

Bed, Bath & Beyond Wedding Registry

Belk Wedding Registry

Bloomingdale’s Wedding Registry

Bon-Ton Wedding Registry

Boscov’s Wedding Registry

Calphalon Wedding Registry

The Container Store Gift Registry

Crate & Barrel Wedding Registry

Dillard’s Wedding Registry

JC Penney Wedding Registry

Kohl’s Wedding Registry

Macy’s Wedding Registry

Pottery Barn Wedding Registry

REI Gift Registry

Sears Gift Registry

Sur La Table Gift Registry

Target Wedding Registry

Tiffany & Co.’s Wedding & Gift Registry

WalMart Gift Registry

Williams-Sonoma Wedding Registry


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  1. Boy have things changed since I grew up. 😉 Ok.. I guess I really mean “got old”. 😉 I got an invitation to a Bridal Shower not too long ago.. She was only registered at JC Penny’s and I thought that was weird.. In my day.. a Bridal Shower meant negligee and lingerie.. A Wedding Shower was for household goods and were two distinctly different things.
    I asked my step-daughter, her MOH, and she said its really a Wedding Shower.. They’re doing a lingerie shower in conjunction with her bachelorette party.. I guess I really am old. 😉

    • Also.. she only registered at the one place because they really want money to pay off their honeymoon but couldnt find a tactful way to say so..

      • Well, you technically aren’t supposed to acknowledge in any way that a gift may be forthcoming.. but we were rude and said “no gifts” on our invitations, and people brought them anyway.

        Ann

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