November 08, 2011
My husband and I did a bit of both. We found dishes we liked at one location and decided to just buy them outright, as nothing else at the store appealed to our design aesthetics. Next we decided to register at Target for the entertaining essentials - folding table, appliances etc. After Target was complete we decided to finish off with Bed Bath and Beyond. Our experience with BB&B was AMAZING. The employees were so helpful and explained the process thoroughly. They even provided us with a guide so we didn't forget any important items. What made registering here even better was their return policy. Any item that was purchased off your registry could be returned for CASH. Your eyes are not deceiving you, I said CASH. So hypothetically if you registered for a $200 vacuum, and after your wedding you decide you don't need a big vacuum as your little one will do, you can return it and put that $200 in your pocket (or toward wedding bills.
I can't say enough great things about Bed Bath and Beyond's Wedding Registry and return policy!
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