Over the last month our sponsor, Wedding Republic, has been hard at work updating the look and feel of their online cash wedding registry. They are excited to announce their newly designed and easy to navigate site.
By registering with Wedding Republic, you can get cash, without asking for cash. And while the “cash is taboo” mantra is quickly fading and giving cash gifts is more popular than ever, asking can still be a little awkward. You can keep it personal with gifts you really need instead of cookie cutter registry items that may never get actual use. You can register for experiences instead of stuff. You can customize your wish list with gorgeous images, or scan through our gift suggestions to give you a head start. One couple even used Wedding Republic to set up a honeymoon registry and shared their entire itinerary with their guests! With Wedding Republic you don’t have to worry about return policies because you got cash. Instead, why not rent cross country skis for the day?
Whether it’s your house down payment, honeymoon, or your favourite charity, it’s meaningful and fun. You get your own personal wedding registry consultant that is always available to help address any questions or concerns you might have about setting up your registry, wedding registry etiquette or anything else! With Wedding Republic you can register for exactly what you need to build your life together.
AND today is your lucky day, Once Wed readers, because Wedding Republic is offering a free wedding photo book, courtesy of Blurb.com, as well as an ultra- package from Snapable.com for an online photo album and print package valued at $400 to one lucky couple that submits their favorite engagement photo. Visit the blog for more information and enter through Facebook to win. Contest ends August 29th and is open to all couples in the US and Canada. Must be 18 or older to enter… good luck!
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