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Wedding Web Roundup 3

Posted by on May 29, 2009 in Practical Planning | 3 Comments

While seemingly, ALL I do is write about weddings and work on weddings and go to weddings, I’m ALWAYS so surprised when I find something wedding related that I didn’t know…. though, they say, only a fool thinks that there isn’t more to know.  So, all of this is to say that I had NEVER been on the Man Registry before!  I feel embarrassed because we guest blogged on the Savvy Scoop blog. He has like a mazillion twitter followers, so clearly I’m slow on the uptake about this site, which in addition to providing wedding advice to grooms, has a registry feature for the man in your life (electronics, etc).  Additionally, a portion of the sites proceeds goes to “Save the TaTas”…. I love irreverent breast jokes!

Speaking of registries, this week the Hyatt announced a Hyatt Registry!  Often I work with clients who have been living together for years, OR, just already have a tons o’ stuff.  This Hyatt registry was DESIGNED for just this kind of couple.  Like a Honeymoon registry, you can use this to design amazing travel experiences together including hotel stays, scuba diving, spa treatments, etc. at ANY of the Hyatt properties around the world!  Amazing. (Also the site includes one of the most amazingly romantic and practical lines of copy “Start your registry. Collect memories from experiences that will last a lifetime.” Sign me up!)photo_lg_seychelles

If you are trying to figure out where that Honeymoon or Destination Wedding should be, you will love this next link.  OneWed has just launched a slew of features for Honeymoon and Destination wedding planning. They’ve partnered with Sandal’s, iExplore and Weather Channel to create a fantastic home base to explore and plan your fantasy trip!

3 Comments

  1. Cynthia
    May 29, 2009

    Destination weddings are so fun!! Save yourself the headache

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  2. John Underwood
    May 29, 2009

    The downside of travel gift registries provided by travel agents, hotels, etc. is that the couple becomes locked-in to buying an expensive package. Wouldn’t they be better off with a money gift registry that allows them to use the gifts anywhere (such as Rainfall of Envelopes – I’m a co-founder)?

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  3. Marriage Counselling Los Angeles
    May 28, 2010

    I’ve just had marriage counseling! and I feel like getting marries all over again.

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