For those of you currently in the registry process, or about to embark on the journey through scanner-land - you will definitely benefit from this!!
Let me paint a quick picture for you and see if you can relate:
First off, we are on our way out of a recession... money is still tight, and you're getting married. You don't want to impose on family and friends to register for that dream Kitchen Aid mixer you've wanted or the shiny (and expensive) new Calphalon pots (so funny how wish lists change in life, isn't it!) But let's face it - you're still getting married and those are staple items for the registry list, so deep down, you probably want to register for them (but still feel bad about the price).
Next - there's a really cute apron you want from Anthropologie and a pair of glass salt & pepper shakers you want from Pottery Barn... but is it really worth opening a registry at those places for just 1 item? For me, I was afraid it would look bad if I had 6 registries on my shower invites!
Then - you want a set of Riedel wine glasses but you have to choose a store in order to add them to your registry. What if another store comes up with a sale and has them cheaper, but your guest is "forced" to purchase them from the more expensive store because it's where your registry is housed?
.... enter RegistryStop.
Built by a team of individuals including recently-married people who went through the same issues mentioned above, RegistryStop allows you to register for the items you want, regardless of the store, while on the back-end, it searches online for the lowest price on that item. So in the long run - you receive the gifts you wanted, your guests are able to purchase the exact item for the lowest price, and you can register for the random items from random stores without being locked in to creating several different registries.
RegistryStop also has a mobile application so you can literally scan items from any store at any time, which in my book, is perfect because so many times you're browsing through a store and think - that would be perfect to add to the list - but you forget about it when you're back adding items to your own registry.
Already have registries created? They've got that covered too, and are set up to keep your registries in sync with Williams-Sonoma, Macy's, Target and Pottery Barn, all the while working to add more stores as we speak.
So as if I need to do any more convincing, just go check it out for yourself! For more information on how it works, go here: http://www.registrystop.com/how/. And to sign up and start registering, go here: http://www.registrystop.com/register/.
In my mind, it's a total win-win to just sign up for it. Now if they only had this 6 months ago when we were registering...
Side note - this is NOT a sponsored post, this is my opinion. I rarely put up posts about specific products unless it is something I 100% believe in, and this is one of those cases. Hopefully this will make your registry process easier and more affordable!