We had already been to France and wanted to go back to Europe for our honeymoon, but didn't think we could afford it after all our wedding expenses. Once we discovered Traveler's Joy, we realized that if we registered there, we just might be able to pull it off.
Getting married later in life means you've already got your toasters, garlic presses, and Egyptian cotton sheets. So when confronted with the daunting task of registering for gifts, we were stymied. We didn't really need any things. What we really wanted was to go on a trip of a lifetime that we could not otherwise afford.
We would absolutely and enthusiastically recommend Oahu as the perfect honeymoon destination (and in fact, have already tried to talk our friends into taking their honeymoons there!). The total trip cost $5,000, but thanks to Traveler's Joy, almost everything was paid for ahead of time in the form of gifts.
Traveler's Joy had it all. It was easy to navigate, required no setup charge and had a comparatively low fee. Only indulgences were registered for, from breakfasts at our hotels to gastronomic dinners.
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.
Jason and I are probably the perfect demographic for Traveler's Joy, and its wonderful service offering. We were in our mid 30's when we got married and both had fully stocked homes before we met.