Posted by Jennifer Miranda, Associate Editor
I consider myself a bit of an old-fashioned girl. So, the very thought of going through a store (or two) and picking out the things I'd like to fill my new home with makes me giddy—I imagine I'd be like that proverbial kid in the candy store.
But lately, I've been hearing talk about alternative registries, namely honeymoon registries. Couples create a honeymoon package, put the money up upfront, create suggested monetary denominations, then wait and see if guests contribute. It seems incredibly impersonal to me, but I guess it's not all that different from receiving a check in an envelope, right?
What do you think? Have you heard of this or gone to a wedding where this was the case? Are you considering registering for a honeymoon instead of home goods, or maybe some combination of the two?