Charities, homemade meals, and day-of help: SoKind is a wedding registry of a seriously different flavor

A lot of our readers are attuned much more to not acquiring a bunch of stuff due to being already established, more into recycling and charitable giving, and being generally more, well, offbeat in their gifting views — whatever they may be. SoKind is a registry with options for charitable donations, child care, household help, cooking lessons or homemade dinners, volunteer hours for an organization, carbon offsets, handmade artwork, day-of event help, and even secondhand gifts.


3 reasons to choose freedom with an open-platform registry at Thankful Registry

How many times have you had to purchase a potholder from a big box registry for a wedding? Do you ever wish you had a little more flexibility to buy the couple something more interesting? You can give your guests that same freedom with an "open-platform" registry. Open-platform means that you can add items from any store, online retailer, gift cards, museum memberships, experiences, or even charities in an online registry they can use at home.


What's so awesome about SimpleRegistry? (Hint: iPhones are involved)

Wedding registries — we love 'em! Seriously, what's not to love? You get to pick your own prezzies and fill your newly wed abode with everything you've been desperately needing. But what if what you need can't be completely registered for at, say, ONE department store? Then you gotta use a service like our sponsor SimpleRegistry –a one-stop cash registry service that enables you to add activities, experiences, and items from any retailer in the world to one easy-to-manage registry page. And here's four reasons why SimpleRegistry simply (see what I did there?) kicks ass…