How to Deal with Registry Omission in The Wedding Packet
What do you do if you’ve already sealed the wedding invitations but forgot to include where you are registered?
Can you put it on the back of the envelope or would that be crass?
Most of your friends and colleagues will know to go to your wedding website to find such information as where you are registered. Or they’ll find your bridal registry on theknot.com or registryfinder.com.
They’ll know to look for your names on registries at websites for Macy’s, Pottery Barn, William-Sonoma, Nordstrom, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & C0., Michael C. Fina, Bergdorf Goodman, and Bloomingdale’s, or wherever they like to shop for wedding gifts.
Take heart in knowing that a great many people feel it is tacky to include wedding registry advertising along with the wedding invitation in the wedding invitation packet.
Through word of mouth you can get the word out that you may seem old-fashioned, but you did NOT include your registry with the invitation.
That opens the door to their asking, “Where are you registered?”