This Genius Wedding Registry Gives Guests a Blueprint of Your Home
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This Genius Wedding Registry Gives Guests a Blueprint of Your Home

Whether you’re just moving in with your spouse-to-be or you’ve been together forever, wedding registries are an easy way to give your favorite people the chance to give you beautiful and functional day-to-day reminders of your big day. And while most registries solve the problem of ending up with three blenders or two panini machines, they don’t really give guests an idea of how your new gifts will fit in your home. Now Blueprint Registry is taking the joy of registering and combining it with real-world facts about what you actually need.

Blueprint Registry lets couples use a blueprint-style feature to map out their needs, room by room, and then connects them with one click to the objects they’d like to register for. Worried about sending guests on a wild goose chase to track down the objects you’ve got your eye on? Not anymore: This site gives them a one-stop shop to help them find exactly what you want, regardless of how many stores you might register with or what kinds of gifts you might wish to receive.

The blueprint feature is a planner’s paradise. It lets you plot out and prioritize the presents you’d love most. For couples who don’t want material things, but could use a little help saving for a honeymoon (or who’d rather give money to charity in lieu of gifts), there’s even an “Experience Room” that lays alternative options out on a table and lets registrants choose whatever they’d like.

Got a few friends or family members who’d like to go in together on a group gift, like an amazing new couch or other substantial present? No problem: There’s a feature for them too. In short, this site is on a mission to erase all the inconveniences associated with the age-old tradition.

Now we can celebrate the people we adore daily, through indirect ways, even when they’re far away. If you ask us, that’s something worth toasting to.

Would you sign up for a registry this way? Why or why not? Spill in the comments below!