There seemed to be many honeymoon registry options, but in the end we chose Traveler's Joy specifically because we liked the look of the website, its user-friendliness, and the fact that it allowed us to upload the photo of our choice for each item on the list. We really appreciated this feature because it seemed to make our page much more personal.
Our honeymoon was perfect from start to finish, and between our regular expenses and paying for our wedding, we wouldn't have been able to finance it without Traveler's Joy providing us with this amazing way to hit our friends for honeymoon funds without having to explicitly ask them for money.
Each of us owned our own homes prior to living together and had many of the housewares that newly engaged couples typically needed. And while there were a few household items that we registered for at the local department store, we wanted our guests to be a part of our honeymoon journey. Traveler's Joy fulfilled that desire and allowed us to get even more out of the once-in-a-lifetime vacation that was starting to take form.
When it was all said and done, including the cruise and flights, our honeymoon came to about $10,000. It never would have been a possibility for us without Traveler's Joy. As we said on our original Traveler's Joy webpage, we'll take memories that last a lifetime over a toaster any day!
Traveler's Joy was a little known flawless diamond in a mountain of "cabinet filling" registries... a unique alternative to impersonal cash gifts.
With the help of our Traveler's Joy registry, we had received enough gifts to celebrate New Years at the Giltretrind Restaurant at the Stein Erikson Lodge. Nestled on the side of Deer Valley Mountain Resort, we watched the snow-cats groom the mountain while enjoying our five-course meal, including steak and Maine lobster.