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When planning a wedding online, you have enough to worry about without fielding countless queries about where people can ...
find your gift registries. The Knot online wedding planner makes it easy to pull all of your online gift registries into one easy to use web interface as Molly McDonald explains in part seven of our planning your wedding online video tutorial series
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You can setup your registry on you website for The Knot so your friends can easily find it and guy you gifts.
Click on my website and then provide details. Then select registry. The Knot will search for registries that match your name and the date of your wedding. If you see your online registry is already set-up, just select it and click on add. If you haven’t set one up yet, click on start now. Select the store you like and continue on.
You can also add a registry manually by entering in the store name and the URL the store provided to you. Then just save it and preview it on the web site. Now and your friends visit your website, they can click on the registry link and easily by you gifts.
Thanks for watching and don’t miss the next episode in Planning Your Wedding Online with The Knots series.