Single-store registries are no longer the norm, particularly because so many couples are now interested in registering for non-traditional wedding gifts -- from their honeymoon to camping gear to big-ticket electronics. There are several reasons to register at multiple places: Your guests are coming from different locations, they have different budgets, and you and your spouse may have varying interests that may require registry items that aren’t all sold at the same store.
Go ahead and register at a more expensive retailer for the high-end wedding gifts of your dreams, but also create a second registry at an affordable retailer, or, and you know we have to say it, online at WeddingChannel.com/registry. Make sure that those closest to you know all about both lists so that if wedding guests have any questions, your wedding party and family will be well-prepared to answer.
Always remember, though, that it is not considered proper wedding etiquette to include details about your gift registry in your wedding invitations, no matter what store personnel may tell you! The tried-and-true methods of telling people about your wedding registry are through word of mouth and your wedding website.
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