If you and your future husband are already living together before you get married, you don't have to worry about post-wedding house hunting or picking a china pattern. Chances are, a wedding registry probably doesn't seem necessary at all. How do you figure out a way to ask for gifts that you don't already have? Can you ask for money for a honeymoon, or is a honeymoon registry more appropriate? Our wedding etiquette experts are here to answer your wedding registry questions in our daily post.
My fiancé and I have lived together for six years, so we already own a ton of stuff. What we really want is money for our honeymoon. Is there a polite way to tell our guests?
You don't have to ask for cash. Thanks to modern technology, guests can easily "give" you honeymoon experiences. After you and your fiancé choose a honeymoon destination, make aRead More »from Can We Ask for Money for Our Honeymoon Instead of Creating a Wedding Registry?