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Registry Roundup: Services

When it comes time to register for your wedding, instead of signing up for a $1600 gravy boat that you'll use only once a year, why not register for some services for your home that you can enjoy year-round? Collecting essential home furnishings here and there isn't so painful, but when it comes to writing a check to your landscaper, housekeeper, movers, etc., you'll wish you'd asked for it as a nuptial gift. So, I've rounded up some great services that'll make your married life a whole lot easier (and affordable). To learn where to register for them, check out this post. Had you thought about hiring an energy auditor for your home to reduce your environmental footprint, not to mention your monthly utility bills? Could your closets use some organization now that they'll be home for two wardrobes? Will you and your future better-half be moving to a new home? Do you envision a weekly housekeeper in your new life? Take a look at the widget below for some fab, registry-worthy services. We also have a downloadable wedding registry you can use, and for a look at all of our wedding coverage, check out IDoSugar.


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uaintkidin uaintkidin 8 years
Am I the only one that finds this to be a bit much? I think if I were going to pay for a housekeeper for anyone it would be me! haha. Maybe I'm just old fashioned. I will stick to buying off of the regular product registry. I guess I also have an issue with people registering for parts of their honeymoon (snorkeling, activities/outings, meals, etc.) or parts of their wedding like photography. It seems like you are asking people to pay for your wedding.
nancita nancita 8 years
This makes me want to get married now so I can get a housecleaning services. The moving would be nice too! Great ideas.
crystahl crystahl 8 years
wow, i love this idea! housekeeper is fantastic! i'll have to remember this for the future. although... it does seem it would be a pricey gift.
duck-duck-goose duck-duck-goose 8 years
Ooooo -- or maybe a meal delivery service, or a weekly arrangement with a personal chef.
duck-duck-goose duck-duck-goose 8 years
Registering for a housekeeping service is a brilliant idea, especially for those couples that are combining two households (and must dispose of many items just to make the physical union workable) or for those that are already established and no longer want for practical items (and have learned that the impractical items just gather dust and clutter the garage's darkest corner).
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Not a bad idea!
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