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April 28, 2009

Weddings: Fun, Alternative Registry Ideas

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Fun, Alternative Registry Ideas

Even if you’ve registered at a retailer or two, don’t be afraid to register for less traditional gifts. Two to try: Gift accounts. Should your yen be a house or some other piece of real estate, several banks allow you to open a special gift account for the investment. Friends and family can bypass sending a check (and you can bypass keeping track of all that paper) by depositing their contributions online. Wine gifts. Special vintages can be fun and even affordable presents; these days they’re especially popular at engagement parties. Many Websites let you register for bottles of red, white, and bubbly. Get more ideas for unexpected registry items.

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