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Wedding Gift List - Which is the best one?
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I'm not getting married until next year but we are definately going with Debenhams.
We know a few friends and family members who have used them and were extremely happy with their service.
You also get a £50 gift card when you register with them
I used these too. I was soo pleased with them!
My guests found it easy to use too.
Feel free to view my old gift list - you need my old email
Love alison x
they went on a round the world trip fpor thier honeymoon and had guests pay for items on it. SOme of the "gifts" were very small such as lunch in Pakistan ( 1.50) or a night in a jungle lodge ( £7)
they rigged it all lup themselves with some easy website design internet software and used a paypal account they had set up specifically.
By all accounts this was a real success, no one felt ripped off, and they got predominantly what they wanted instead of a load of tableware that they didnt need but felt obliged towards doing on a wedding list.
thanks for the heads up on the debenhams one tho
Theres no dollar sign on piece of mind
This Ive come to know...
So if you agree have a drink with me, raise your glasses for a toast :beer:
This is pretty much why we went with John Lewis. The quality of goods was excellent AND reasonable - and the fact that they didn't charge guests for delivery!
They do wedding lists and might be a fun alternative to the usual list, especially if you already have most things you need!
You could always combine this idea with a holiday style one - my sister did this and she got her honeymoon paid for:j
DFW nerd no = 281 (graduate)
TBH our main 'request' is for people to contribute to our honeymoon (if they want to). We've booked with Thomas Cook. Once you've got a reference, guests can either ring up a branch, go in or (I think) contribute through the website by quoting the booking reference.