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What do you think of the honeymoon registry trend?

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We were perusing some wedding blogs last week and noticed that more and more couples are using honeymoon registries to request activities and experiences from friends and family to make their trip more memorable.

Sites like Honeymoon Pixie (https://www.honeymoonpixie.com) and Wanderable (https://www.wanderable.com/honeymoon-registry) allow couples who are more interested in adventure than new place settings to request scuba diving lessons, couples massages, and the like.

Did you make a honeymoon registry, wish you had, or would you do so in the future?

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