Couples don't have to settle registering for the customary china patterns and stemware for their wedding. Consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch offers seven unique registries that are sure to leave brides and grooms smiling.
Let your guests help finance your romantic honeymoon through the HoneyFund.com. The site lets users ask for contributions for all aspects of getaway including airfare, breakfast and tour trips.
HatchMyHouse.com allows couples to receive cash donations to put toward a new home, furniture or home improvements. Guests can pay for a new door, window and a variety of other parts of a couple's home.
CardAvenue.com allows couples to register for gift cards for places they frequently visit and takes away any awkwardness associated with asking for money directly.
Couples who already have everything or are looking to help a good cause can ask guests for donations through the I Do Foundation. Couples can choose from a variety of charities and guest can make donations directly from the site.
Listen up grooms: At BedroomIsBoutique.com couples can register for a variety of more intimate apparel.
Vino lovers can get a little help with their wine tools with WineEnthusiast.com, which allows couples to register for stemware, corkscrews and storage options for your wine collection.
Couples often have to register in many places to cover all the items they want, but MyRegistry.com allows couples to add their favorite items from different stores to one site and even provides smartphone apps to help find the best prices.
Don’t need more china or yet another blender? There are a host of wedding registry Web sites that offer unique gifts to choose from beyond the usual humdrum options.