Sponsored Post: Exciting New Guided Registry Tools from Macy’s!

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The wedding registry first sounds like some sort of fantastical shopping spree. Sort of like the wish lists you used to promptly hand your parents on birthdays.  But as the two of you start to create your list, you realize how many gorgeous things are out there. You love everything. What should you choose? Don’t be overwhelmed. You don’t even have to leave the comfort of your couch. Go to Macys.com.

Macy’s has revolutionized the registry process with their Guided Registry tool. These interactive quizzes, sample lists, and catalog of images help you get past all the pretty surrounding you and guide you to a smarter registry. A registry isn’t just a compilation of gifts. It is about the tools in which you are going to build a home and a life together.  That Kitchen Aid mixer you’ve been eyeing? Maybe you will use that the first time you bake chocolate chip cookies with your kids.  The plaid wool throw that you love could serve as the blanket you take to the park every 4th of July.

Make sure you build your Macy’s registry to fit the home you are creating. With their quizzes, each series of questions is designed to determine not just your style preferences, but also the lifestyle you lead. Your friend may love her cookware and highly recommend it, but does she know that you refuse to hand wash? The quizzes help you figure out what products are simply interesting and what will truly integrate itself into the backdrop of your home.

Go to Macy’s registry online and check out these registry tools for yourself. Make sure you also look at the great benefits you will receive once you complete your registry with Macy’s, such as free gifts and Macy’s Registry Star Rewards points.

 

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