Easy Registering for your Wedding!Words by Alicia Clark
Photos courtesy of SimpleRegistry.com
Sometimes creating a wedding registry can be a taxing experience, not only for the ones getting married, but for guests as well. Luckily, the creators of SimpleRegistry have listened to the concerns of married couples over the years and have now created a revolutionary way for soon-to-be newly weds to organize their registry.
With SimpleRegistry, couples will be able to add items from any website with just one click. There’s also a mobile app which can be used to take photos and scan barcodes of desired items. Gone are the days where you have a seperate registry list for each store - with SimpleRegistry.com, your guests can view potential gift ideas from all different stores in one easy place.
Not sure quite what you want? The SimpleAdder feature can be extended to guests where they can then suggest registry items. Couples have complete power over which suggested gifts to include in their official registry and which gifts to leave out.
Want something expensive? Guests perusing your SimpleRegistry wish list can all pitch-in some cash to purchase an item that’s on the pricy side. Making a combined gift easy breezy.
After the wedding, all gifts are redeemable directly as cash. This feature makes it easy for couples to exchange or return gifts.
Why would you confuse yourself with a messy hand-written list of thank you notes, when SimpleRegistry can easily take care of such a task for you? SimpleRegistry creates a rolling list of all guests, gifts purchased and contact information. This helps to ensure that no one is forgotten when it comes time to send ‘Thank You’ cards.
As if all of SimpleRegistry’s awesome features weren’t enough incentive to join up, one randomly selected couple will receive a $5,000 credit toward their SimpleRegistry account if they sign up before 4/30/13. For more information or to start shopping, visit SimpleRegistry.com.
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