As you and your better half ready yourselves for marital bliss, take heart in Good Earth’s The Bridal Wishlist, a wedding gift registry service that helps couples choose their own wedding gifts, and directs guests towards the wishlist. Seems like a good way to avoid gifting that clunky, old vase, we think.
The Bridal Wishlist takes guesswork out of gifting and saves a couple the dilemma of handling impersonal gifts. Couples who sign up with the registry can choose from all of Goodearth’s collection, from candles and furniture to lighting and accessories.
There’s more. “Good Earth also has dedicated a team to assist the couple. Our bridal consultants assist the bride and groom as they walk through an array of products and make a selection. The purchase can be coordinated across Good Earth outlets in the country and guests from across the world can pay by credit card,” says Beenu Bawa, director, Good Earth. Guests interested in gifting from the list are also invited to look at the chosen products in the store. Those who wish to gift something outside the list can do so, too.
Once the wishlist is made, one can choose to send it out via email. This service is also a good way of keeping track of the gifts you receive on your wedding day, as the store will mail you regular updates about the progress of the wishlist and compile a report on who’s gifted you what. Guests can also personalise gifts by engraving the names of the couple and their wedding date, and have it delivered to your home at a preferred date. Good Earth offers the same service for a housewarming party and a baby shower, too.