Monday, February 26, 2007

Are Honeymoon Travel Registries Appropriate?

When they’re done the right way and emphasize experiences and gifts rather than cash contributions, honeymoon travel registries are in-line with the rules of modern etiquette. And, just in case you don't believe us, then check out what Peggy Post, spokesperson for the Emily Post Institute, has to say on the topic:

"The answer, brides and grooms will be pleased to know, is that it is perfectly acceptable to register for charitable donations to an organization, a trip to the tropics, and other non-traditional gifts. While traditional gifts like china, tableware, and linens are always in style, today's couples may also register for stocks and mutual funds, gift certificates, camping equipment, and sporting goods. When used appropriately, these registries can provide guests with relevant gift choices, helping to ensure that couples receive items they can use and truly enjoy as well as items that their guests enjoy giving."

Click here to read the rest of the article by Peggy Post.


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