Wedding registries are great for young couples building a home together for the first time, but what if you already have all of your household goods? Sure, you could ask your friends and family to buy you an even nicer toaster – or you can make it easy for them to give the wedding gift of a lifetime: the perfect honeymoon trip. Brentwood Travel’s Honeymoon Registry works just like a traditional wedding registry, except your wedding guests contribute to the cost of your honeymoon. Is this travel agency program right for you? Here are some signs you could benefit:
You Have a Plan for Your Honeymoon
Some couples prefer low-key honeymoons on which they just go with the flow. While that is a wonderful way to start a marriage, the Honeymoon Registry is better for bigger trips. Before your registry goes live, you will work with one of our experienced travel agents to plan the details of an exciting honeymoon. You can make the reservations for your trip before your registry is live on the website, so you know exactly how much money you’ll need to raise.
You Have Household Basics
In today’s world, people are waiting until they are older to get married. Likewise, many people find themselves getting married more than once. In these situations, the gifts on traditional wedding registries are usually of little use. The Honeymoon Registry gives your loved ones a chance to contribute to a gift that you will use and truly love.
Your Friends and Family Are Scattered
The Honeymoon Registry is available online, and a gift card commemorating your loved ones’ contribution is delivered directly to you. It’s a convenient gift option for friends and family too far away to make it to the ceremony.
Let the travel agents at Brentwood Travel help you plan your dream honeymoon and set up your registry. Find out about all of the amazing trips our St. Louis travel agency can book by calling (314) 439-5700.
Brentwood Travel Vacation Experts
Serving Greater St. Louis since 1957, we specialize in cruises, all-inclusive vacations, tour packages, honeymoons, and group travel.