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need help

my question for anyone...
     My name is heather im getting married for the second time and my groom has never been married should we register for gifts?

Re: need help

  • I personally think so. In my opinion you are as much of a bride as anyone else, even if its for the second time. The two of you are starting a life together, I definitely think you should register.
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  • MyNameIsNotMyNameIsNot Atlanta member
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    If there are things that you could use that would go on a registry, go ahead and register.  

    Personally, I would decline showers and such as a second time bride.  Some people will want to get gifts regardless, but I wouldn't want to put anyone in a position where they felt they were supposed to.  
  • Go for it, since this is his first wedding his family & friends want to do something. This way if people do want to get you gifts, at least you'll get things you like & can use & not random stuff that you'll have to return. If you don't get anything, no harm done.
  • In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/wedding-boards_registering-gifts_need-help?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Wedding%20BoardsForum:34Discussion:56234863-65a3-4d25-83c0-3f245714d427Post:6b43d127-f3b6-4223-a4dd-d3cb6813dcb3">Re: need help</a>:
    [QUOTE]If there are things that you could use that would go on a registry, go ahead and register.   Personally, I would decline showers and such as a second time bride.  Some people will want to get gifts regardless, but I wouldn't want to put anyone in a position where they felt they were supposed to.  
    Posted by MyNameIsNot[/QUOTE]<div>
    </div><div>If someone offers to host a shower for you, you most certainly can accept the offer!  You probably have a slightly different set of friends and work colleagues now than you did when you were first married, and certainly your fiance's family might want to attend a shower for you.  You can request that the host invite your family members as well -- an invitation is not a summons -- if they don't want to attend because they did once already, they can always decline.

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    [QUOTE]Register your wedding in some more venues get more information in the wedding website or wedding planners. I have shared my wedding experience here.
    Posted by waderr[/QUOTE]

    What does this even mean?
  • I think you should go for it! :)

     

  • Thank you everyone, you all were a big help!!
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