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Where to register?!?!?!?!

We are wanting to register this weekend, but we don't know where.  So please ladies help me out, where are you going to register, and why?

Re: Where to register?!?!?!?!

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    We registered at BB&B, C&B, and Sears.  We picked BB&B cause I love all the different things they have to offer, plus the 20% off coupons are helpful for the guests.  I love C&B for dishes and glassware and FI wanted tools so we did Sears as well. 
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    We did JCP and Williams and Sonoma
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    We did Macys, BB&B and Sears.
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    Whenever I know a friend is getting married and want to find their registry, the first places I look are BBB, Target, and Macy's.

    But I registered at BBB and Target because they had the most things that I wanted.  

    Williams-Sonoma has some AWESOME kitchen toys but I didn't feel like I had enough things I needed to register for there.  I'll take some of the gift money and buy the pepper corer and the 4-in-1 avocado tool and that kind of thing later.

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    We did Macys (they had the dishes that I liked) and Target. 
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    FI and I did BBB, Macys, and Crate and Barrel.
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    We are at Macy's and BB&B.  These are the first sites I always checked when someone was getting married.
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    We did Macy's, Crate and Barrel and Bed Bath and Beyond.  We really only wanted 2 and weren't planning on Macy's, but they had the china we wanted and BBB did not (doh!).  The one that was used the most was BBB (although our registries were barely used!).  I also found BBB to have the best prices for the same stuff. 
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    Williams-Sonoma (major foodies here), BB&B (mostly for a china pattern), Crate and Barrel (dishes, etc.) and probably Sears (I want power tools)
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    We registered at Macy's, Crate & Barrel, and Cutco (I have a knife set from them that I LOVE and need to replace and add a couple things to it but they aren't cheap!).
    "Plus who needs a purse when you have a wedding dress? Those things are like walking hobo bags just waiting to be stuffed with surprise treasures." -Wedinator.com image
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    We just started our registries, but we're at Target and BB&B.  We figured that gave a good selection for our guests.  We found some things at Target that we couldn't get at BB&B and vice versa.
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    We did Target, Macys, and Amazon, although if I were to do it over I think I would replace the Target one with a Bed Bath & Beyond registry, it just seems like too much work to re-register at this point.
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    Macys, C&B, and Pottery Barn.  Love William-Sonoma too.  Some wedding gift money will have to go there.

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    Macy's, C&B, and BB&B.

    Definitely compare prices between Macy's and BB&B.  There were some items that BB&B had for half the price of Macy's for the exact same item.  That being said, no gifts have been purchased off our BB&B registry yet.  I'm finding that our guests who are buying gifts early or for showers (parents' friends, older relatives) prefer to shop at Macy's. 


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    We registered at BB&B and Macy's.  I agree with the previous posters, you can set up some of your registry online, and compare prices.

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    We did BB&B and Boston Store...we thought about doing Macy's, but there's really only one in the Milwaukee area; Boston Store is a little bit more accessible for our guests.

    We were originally only going to do BB&B because they had absolutely everything we wanted, but most people said that only having one registry wasn't a great idea since it really limited guest's options.
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    We did Macy's, Williams-Sonoma and Amazon.  The Macy's registry has been the most popular.
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    we are going to do Kohl's, BBB and Target (i want a wii)
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    I spent hours with my FI at Target registering, then found out the next day about the huge gay boycott of Target, and many of my friends are gay who will be buying us gifts.  So we added Macy's, BBB, Bloomingdales (online since we don't have one here), and Honeyluna for our honeymoon.  Surprisingly enough, the Honeyluna has been most popular so far (only a few gifts have been bought so far since our invite just went out).
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    Any outdoors stores?  Neither LL Bean nor EMS have on-line registries.  (We WANT to register for bikes but our restraining ourselves and plan to limit to things like binocs, etc)
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    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/wedding-boards_registering-gifts_register-24?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Wedding BoardsForum:34Discussion:aee3256f-ec83-4beb-b5df-9fa685c37086Post:e0e55b7b-6f46-4083-9b65-0edee224c6a6">Re: Where to register?!?!?!?!</a>:
    [QUOTE]Any outdoors stores?  Neither LL Bean nor EMS have on-line registries.  (We WANT to register for bikes but our restraining ourselves and plan to limit to things like binocs, etc)
    Posted by abbaroodle[/QUOTE]

    If you want an outdoor registry, the KING of outdoor activity, REI, offers a gift registry.
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