Juggling work and wedding planning can be quite consuming, so it's understandable that some couples don't find a lot of extra time to craft the ultimate honeymoon registry. If you find yourself pressed for time leading up to the big day but still want to feature an amazing honeymoon registry, we have the perfect solution.
Through TJ's Instant Registry feature, couples can put together the perfect honeymoon registry in just minutes. You'll choose from a list of premade theme based or location specific registries. With one click you can instantly add all of the items to your own registry. It's really that simple.
From your Traveler's Joy registry homepage, get started by clicking on the "Instant Registry" button. It's easy to spot just below the "Item List" tab.
Once within the Instant Registry section, you'll have dozens of options to choose from, from the theme of your trip (e.g. city, beach, mountains, cruise, etc.) to the actual destination. Notable honeymoon destinations include Hawaii, Italy, Paris, St. Lucia, and New Zealand, plus just about everything in between.
Meanwhile, each instant registry has been curated by editors and travel experts to include one-of-a-kind activities and experiences, must-have travel gear, and unique in-trip gifts. For example, if you're traveling to Costa Rica, you can quickly add 23 essential items in four categories -- such as river rafting, zip-lining, beachside massages, guidebooks, snorkeling gear, and eco-accommodations.
Now let's say you want to tweak your instant registry a bit. You can edit or delete any item at any time and also add plenty more of your own. For instance, if you'd like to feature a specific restaurant that you'll be dining at, simply click on the "Add New Item" button and proceed to fill out the activity info. Then hit the "Add Item to Registry" button and you're all set to go.
As you can see, it's possible to create a wonderful honeymoon registry in just a few minutes. That getaway you've been dreaming about for years is now within reach. All it took was a few clicks.
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