It's almost spring - and that means weddings. Whether it's a niece in New
Jersey, your college roommate or your next-door neighbor, buying
gifts doesn't have to be a chore.
In many cases, the mother of the bride will discreetly inform you where her
daughter is registered. If not, don't despair. Many stores offer Web sites that
make looking up the registry and purchasing a gift quick and easy:
Access Target's Club Wedd using either the bride's or the groom's
last name, then order gifts on-line and have them shipped to an
address requested by the bridal couple.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Send the perfect gift with just a couple clicks -
and shipping is free on many items.
Also offers access to
registries for baby showers, holiday, anniversary, housewarming, etc.
Gift-buying is a breeze! Search for the couple by first and last name or location.
The national department store chain has an extensive registry section.
Find out where they're registered
The following sites cross-reference the
registries of several popular stores. Enter the name of the bride or the
groom and they provide you with relevant links.
This extensive site is
linked to Tiffany & Co., Crate and Barrel, Williams-Sonoma, Neiman Marcus, Gump's, Fortunoff, JC Penney, Barneys, Carson Pirie Scott, Macy's, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, REI, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Sandals and Bloomingdales. The bridal couple
may have also set up a Wedding Web site with details about the
wedding, an out-of-town guest information page and more.
format to WeddingChannel.com, this site links to stores like
Williams-Sonoma, Neiman Marcus, Crate and Barrel, Restoration Hardware and