Wedding registries are so helpful! I also especially like when there are some big ticket items on there (yup, $300 items) because many times, when I've been a bridesmaid, we all pooled together and got the bride one of her big ticket items. That made the wedding gift affordable and we know that when she uses her, say kitchen-aid mixer, she'll think of us :) I think registering for gifts at all different price points gives people lots of options and is generally appreciated. Also, no one is ever obligated to buy from the registry or even give a gift, for that matter. Do what you want but don't hate on a couple trying to make life easier for their family and friends who want to give a gift that the bride and groom actually use.
Redefine the Registry: Setting Up a Modern Home Amazon
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Where to start! I agree with a previous poster that living with boxes is very different (and much more stressful) than not having a space decorated to reflect one's personality. Any empty space can be calm by being clean even though every surface may be begging for life.
Embracing Patience: Slow Decorating
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