Redeeming Honeymoon Gifts: Your Registry Questions Answered

In the latest edition of Your Registry Questions Answered, we’re dishing out tips and advice when it comes to redeeming your honeymoon registry gifts.

Be sure to submit your questions for the next edition over on our Facebook page.

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Q: Can I Only Redeem My Honeymoon Registry Gifts Once?

A: You can redeem your gifts as often as you’d like with Wanderable! For instance, many of our couples will redeem 2 or 3 times along the way as new gifts come in, while others will redeem just once at the very end of the registry process.

It’s completely up to you!

Whenever you’re ready to redeem gifts, simply log in to your Wanderable account and click on the “Redeem Funds” section.

Gifts made with a credit card will be available in your account to withdraw via mailed check or direct deposit as cash after 72 hours.

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Honeymoon Registry Ideas: Private Cabana Rental

Looking for some inspiration when it comes to crafting your honeymoon registry list? Consider adding a private cabana rental to your registry page.

We think this is a must-add item for couples, particularly those visiting a resort or hotel with a beach or pool.

With your own cabana, newlyweds can enjoy total privacy, cozy quarters, incredible service, jaw-dropping views, plus amazing amenities.

Check out some of the perks of a cabana rental at these amazing honeymoon resorts below.

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Bellagio Las Vegas

A true “A-list” kind of experience. Private cabanas feature HD televisions, a fully-stocked fridge, and an amenities basket. Cabana massages are also available upon request.

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua

Couples will enjoy unlimited water and soft drink service for two, plus two signature milkshakes from The Burger Shack.

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So You’ve Just Gotten Engaged? Let the Adventures Begin!

If you’re one of the lucky people who got a ring for the holidays, congratulations! There’s no feeling in the world quite like finding the person you want to spend your life with — the face you want to wake up to every morning, the voice you want in your head when you fall asleep every night, the person you want by your side as you go through every trial and joy this world will bring.

Deciding to marry someone is choosing your co-pilot, and we’re so happy you’ve come here to figure out where you’re going to jet off to first. Because yes, the butterflies at the beginning and the thrill of realizing someone is meant for you and that indescribable, glittering alchemy taking place on your left hand right now: all of that’s wonderful, all of that’s rare. But now’s when the really exciting part happens. Yes, you’ve got family and friends to update, photos of your ring to Instagram, and — of course — a wedding to plan, and all the chaos that entails. But that’s the prelude: when the rings have been exchanged and the rice has been thrown, that’s when your journey takes off.

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Tips for adding items to your Wanderable registry

You have a honeymoon registry but now you are stumped with what to put on it. Never fear! Here is our guide to the most popular items to include on your registry.

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Destination: Anywhere! These gifts are popular no matter where Wanderers are honeymooning….

Welcome Drinks: Kick off your honeymoon with a bottle of champagne or wine!

Couple’s Massage: Wanderers’ favorite way to unwind after the stress of planning their dream wedding.

Luggage: What better time than your honeymoon to upgrade to matching His and Hers cases?

Camera: Capture every memory and moment with a new camera. Don’t forget the charger!

Romantic Dinner: No honeymoon would be complete without a couple of dinners over candlelight.

Picnic Time: One can never go wrong with a romantic picnic. Indulge in a picnic of cheese, bread, some of your other favorite antipasti, and a bottle of wine.

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