How to Find a Bridal Registry

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A wedding guest can find a bridal registry simply by going to the designated store and giving the names of both the bride and groom to the customer service representative. Locate a bridal registry online or in person with help from an event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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How to find a bridal registry. Registries can be done online these days and you register based on what your needs are. So let's say for instance you are a, the type of woman who likes to repair things around your home. You could actually go into Home Depot now and pull up registry on Home Depot. You could go into Target if it's more household goods that you want. If you want more formal dinnerware or whatever for your home you could go into Macy's filings, whatever the major department stores right; it's based on the need of the, the groom and the bride and what you would like in your house. You can fill out the information online when you go into registry and their section right there that says registry; fill in your name, your information and then you can just simply start going into the list, checking off the different items that you want whether it's linens, cutlery, appliances for the kitchen, anything that you need for around your house. Like I said if you're a carpentry kind of bride then you would be in depth website going into the different tools or whatever it is you need. Everything can basically be done online; it's virtual now. And you can always put this information inside your invitations. Most brides usually say, "I am registered at", whatever the name of the store is, department store and just print it out and slip that inside your invitation so people know where to find you through your name and they can just go ahead and check it off in the computer and have it send directly to your home. And that's how you would register as a bride.


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