Amazon Just Added Cool New Features to Its Wedding Registry
For the couple who wants to register for a little bit of everything, Amazon is a pretty fantastic option—you can buy almost anything your heart desires on the site, which makes filling your wedding wish list with both typical kitchen and home goods and a few more fun things (like Cards Against Humanity, which is one of Amazon’s most popular registry items) easier than ever.
Just last week, Amazon debuted a handful of new features that add even more appeal to its registry experience. Most notably, the e-commerce site now offers the option of adding a universal “Add to Registry” widget to your bookmarks bar, which allows you to effortlessly add any item from any website to your registry with just one click. Plus, they’ve teamed up with well-known brands like Jonathan Adler, MoMA and Michael C. Fina to create curated product collections for you to shop from, too. (The only downside is that you have to register with Amazon before you’re able to starting browsing.)
All couples who register with Amazon will get a one-time 10 percent completion gift, which can be used up to 90 days after your walk down the aisle, and a trackable thank-you list so you know which guests purchased each gift.
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