- aggregate our registries from individual stores to one convenient list;
- utilize the website to "pull in" items at various stores that do not have the option of creating a registry.
Where did we find this capability, you ask? Myregistry.com. The website is relatively straightforward to manuever. It allowed us to sync our existing registries (created in-store) with online-only registries (i.e., Amazon).
The best part?
Myregistry.com has a feature that allows you to select any item from any website and add it to your "My Registry" webpage. Ideal, right? That means that I have the option to pick and choose from a variety of stores.
For our kind relatives and friends purchasing from the list, Myregistry.com allows guests to clearly see the number and type of items unpurchased. When a guest decides what they would like to select, Myregistry.com redirects easily to the vendor's site (i.e., Crate & Barrel, Williams-Sonoma, Amazon...you get the drill).
Here's a few items included on our registry:
As I mentioned, this website has the capability for me to select non-traditional gifts, too, which is a big plus is my book.
I've registered for small prints,
fun bottle openers,
and quirky salt-and-pepper shakers.
All in all, this whole registering business is a lot of work, but I found a website that's worked well for this gal. I share it in hopes that it makes registering for your wedding or upcoming baby a little easier.
P.S. I received no compensation to share these opinions...and you better believe if something goes wrong with this online process, I'll be sure to honestly share it with you!