Gift Registry Wordings : Suggest to your Guest What You Want for Gifts!

January 17, 2017 | By Classic Wedding Invitations

Here are some examples of Gift Registry Wordings that makes you and your guest life easier!

Your guests cannot read your minds. Most of them really wanted to give you a gift that you need.  Help your guests with their choice of wedding gifts with a gift registry.

“For the convenience of all our guests, we have registered our Gift List with Freedom Furniture. Should you wish to Honour us with a gift, we hope that this registry will make it more convenient for you to select something that you know we will love. The list can be viewed online by entering our reference number.
Love, «BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst»”

“Your presence at our Wedding is the greatest gift of all. However, if you wish to honour us with a gift, we have registered a list with David Jones. You can view it online by entering our registry ID number, or at any store.
Love,
«BrideFirst»
and
«GroomFirst»”

“Many of our friends and family have asked for gift suggestions. As we already have many items to start of new lives together, we have placed a suggestion list with Myer Australia. The list can be viewed online with our reference No
Love,
«BrideFirst»
And
«GroomFirst»”

“Now we are to be Mr & Mrs
We don’t need a wedding list of dishes.
A holiday is what we need,
so your help with this would be a great gift indeed.
So should you wish to honour us with a gift,
we have registered a honeymoon registry
at Flight Centre where you can make a contribution
to help us make a honeymoon
a memory that will last a lifetime.”

“Please be aware that gifts are not necessary.
Your presence is all that is required.
However, for your convenience
«BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst»
have prepared a gift registry.”

“Many of our guests have enquired for a gift idea to be inspired. Like many young couples today, we have a lot of things anyway. Please be aware that gifts are not necessary. Your presence is all that is required. However, for your convenience «BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst» have prepared a gift registry at Myer.”

“Now we are to be Mr & Mrs
We don’t need a wedding list of dishes.
A holiday is what we need,
so your help with this would be a great gift indeed.
So should you wish to honour us with a gift,
we have registered a honeymoon registry
at Flight Centre where you can make a contribution
to help us make a honeymoon
a memory that will last a lifetime.”

“To save you looking, shopping or buying,
here is an idea, we hope you like trying.
Come to our wedding, to wish us both well,
and bring a small sack, to throw in our wishing well.
Fill it with paper all colours will do,
gold is our favourite but silver will do.
Now that we have saved you, all of that fuss,
We hope you will come, and celebrate with us.”

“The tradition of the wishing well
used on our wedding day,
is here both for your money gifts,
and for what you would like to say.
For your thoughts and good wishes
we thank you all,
So our wish to you is,
Please enjoy our wedding day.”

“«BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst» are already blessed with much love,
laughter and half a household of furniture! Accordingly they have assembled a registry for the items they’d find most useful.”

“Many of our guests have enquired for a gift idea to be inspired. Like many young couples today, we have a lot of things anyway. Please be aware that gifts are not necessary. Your presence is all that is required. However, for your convenience «BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst» have prepared a gift registry at Myer. “

“Should you wish to Honour us with a gift, we hope that this registry will
make it more convenient for you to select something that you know we will love. The list can be viewed online by entering the following reference No
Love,
«BrideFirst» and «GroomFirst»”

“If choosing a gift is not your cup of tea, you might like to try our gift registry. Please feel no obligation to use this list, as we do not mind if you give it a miss. You can view it online at www.freedom.com.au/gift registry and enter our registry ID number.”

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