Tuesday, March 6, 2012
If you have any questions about anything to do with wedding registries, we'd love to know! Well Registered is now accepting questions and we will answer in the form of a new blog post. So leave a comment with your question, Tweet us a question, or feel free to email us at Questions@WellRegistered.com.
Friday, January 6, 2012
As you know, we think writing a handwritten thank you card is an absolute must for each wedding gift you receive. We've featured some of our favorite options for thank you cards, but today we're going to feature a website that can help you figure out what to say in your thank you cards.
This website is all about tips and samples to help you with your wedding thank you card wording. It has wording samples for different kinds of gifts you receive. So, for example, you can find different ideas for what to say if you receive a gift you end up returning or a gift you don't like. There are also some some samples of quotes you can use if you are having a hard time filling up the space on your thank you card.
We're going to try to write a detailed article about how to write thank you notes, but until then we think you should check this website out. It can definitely help make writing your thank you notes a little more quick and easy.
Let us know what you think and if you have any new ideas for how to word your thank you card messages.
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
It's a little late, but we just wanted to wish our readers a Happy New Year! We hope that 2012 is the best year yet for all of you!
Also, we want to be transparent about what is going to be going on with Well Registered in 2012. Until things pick up around here, we are going to be updating products in our inspiration boards much less often. If you click an item you like and it's out of stock, we sincerely apologize. Blog posts may be less frequent as well, but we hope to stay connected with our readers and followers.
If you have any questions about your wedding registry, you can always leave a comment on a blog post, or feel free to email us at email@example.com - we would love to help!
Friday, December 23, 2011
We just wanted to wish you all a very merry Christmas! We hope you get to spend great time with friends and family.
We'll be taking a short break from the website and blog during the holidays. Hopefully you'll be taking a break too! We look forward to what 2012 has to bring! Enjoy the holiday season.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
1 - Premarital Counseling
Number 1 on the list of things you can do to prepare for marriage is to go through premarital counseling. You can find different programs through local clinics, community organizations, or your church or place of worship. Make sure whatever course you choose includes discussing role expectations, money, religion, sex, in-laws, and children.
2 - Financial Planning
One of the top causes of divorce in America is financial problems. Money problems cause tension in marriages and tension can cause all sorts of other strains on your relationship. While financial planning will most likely be covered shortly in any premarital counseling you go through, we recommend getting your financial situation - and goals - sorted out either before your wedding day or quickly after.
Dave Ramsey's program. As an engaged couple you could attend Financial Peace University together or go through Dave Ramsey's book, Total Money Makeover.
3 - Read!
One of the best things you can do to prepare for marriage is to read books on the subject. The books you will enjoy will vary depending on your beliefs and values, but just for an idea here are the books we've found useful.
"Love and Respect" by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs - Available at Amazon
"Before You Say I Do" by H. Norman Wright & Wes Roberts - Available at Amazon
"The Five Love Languages" by Gary Chapman - Available at Amazon
How are you planning on preparing for marriage?
Monday, December 19, 2011
We want Well Registered to make it easy for you to create your wedding registry. For that reason, we make sure all the products featured on our inspiration boards are in stock and available for your guests to purchase. This means our inspiration boards are constantly changing and evolving as products come and go. Today we're featuring some of our new boards that have replaced some of our old ones.
We love the placemats seen in this inspiration board from Crate and Barrel. They are graphic and neutral.
The bedding in this inspiration board from Kohl's is gorgeous. We love the neutral colors, and also the fact that it comes in a 20-piece set that includes two sets of sheets.
We like this new shower curtain from Kohl's in this inspiration board. It is modern and will please both ladies and men.
Williams-Sonoma has some great table linens, and we especially love this table runner featuring a soft pattern.
Make sure to check out the rest of our up-to-date inspiration boards for your wedding registry at Well Registered! Which is your favorite?
Thursday, December 15, 2011
We believe that sending thank you cards for each wedding gift you receive is THE most important part of your wedding registry. So each week we feature some of our favorite thank you cards and stationary ideas from across the internet to help you find some thank you cards you will be happy to send.
Photo thank you postcards are a great option. We especially love this collage photo card from Wedding Paper Divas. They allow you to use multiple pictures from your wedding day and are laid out in a classic format. Also, the postcards would save you some money on postage!
These thank you notes from Delphine are great because they are very customizable. You can choose the font and two different colors of ink used to fit your wedding color palette. (And if you're not sure what wedding colors to use, you may just find a combo you like by playing around with their color options!)
We also love a graphic and bold thank you card. These cards from Mint.com are modern and come in four different color options.
If you want to make your thank you cards yourself, we like this tutorial from Oh So Beautiful Paper. Check it out to learn how to make your own water-colored stationary.
How do you plan to say "thank you"?
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