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william caughey
looking for the list of wedding items for Erin Rodlin and Bill Caughey
by william caughey 
August 27th, 2013
Kate Fitting
Got to shopyourway.com/registry. CLick on Find. In the drop down box that appears, select the event type (wedding) and then enter the first and last name of either the bride or the groom. For further assistance, contact GR_Feedback@searshc.com
by Kate Fitting
August 29th, 2013
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Manage My Life
Do we need a wedding planner?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Pre-Wedding
Manage My Life
Need? Probably not. Want? Maybe. Couples have been throwing weddings for centuries without the help of the clipboard-carrying, headset-wearing consultant. These planners can be extraneous for couples who have the resources to pull together their own events, and the consultants' services can be expensive. Wedding planners are amazingly helpful in some situations, and their services range from helping you with an overall game plan to full oversight through the wedding.

If your budget permits, you can hire a consultant who will take over in finding vendors, finding a venue, negotiating contracts and more. If full-service is too great an expense, find a consultant who can get you started with checklists and vendor recommendations. Another option is to hire a wedding planner for the wedding weekend to push the bride down the aisle, make sure her dress is hung up in the hotel room and set up the hotel's sound system when the DJ's goes out.

Get recommendations and meet with planners to price their services. Some are hourly, while others charge a flat rate. Make sure he or she makes you feel comfortable. It's going to be a stressful time, and part of the planner's job is to take away some of that stress.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Chad E Thompson
how do I register for a wedding
by Chad E Thompson 
January 20th
Fred M
You can go to the store to register for a Wedding gifts. You can also save yourself a trip and register online. You can do this at the following link: sears.com/shc/s/GRLandingPageView?storeId=10153&catalogId=12605 . Congratulations and good luck.
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by Fred M
January 20th
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Manage My Life
What should the bride do with her wedding gown if the wedding is called off?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Manage My Life
A bride chose her wedding dress with this momentous day in mind, and deciding what to do with it after canceling the wedding is painful. A woman might decide to keep the dress, either for awhile or indefinitely, but if she's ready to have it out of her closet, here are some options:

Donate the dress to charity. Give the dress away to a charity that will sell it at their second-hand store or will provide it to a disadvantaged bride who otherwise could not afford a gown. It might feel good to know the dress will provide some happiness to another woman.

Sell it at a consignment shop. Wedding dresses are good sellers at second-hand stores, and she'll get a percentage of the sale.

Sell it back to the bridal shop. The shop at which she bought the gown might be able to sell the dress at a sample sale and give her some of the proceeds.

Sell it outright. She can sell the dress through auction websites like e-Bay.com and many others, or she can advertise in the newspaper or on a website like Craig's List.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Manage My Life
How do we ask people to be in the wedding party for an expensive destination wedding?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Manage My Life
Part of the price you pay for a destination wedding is the reality that many people won't have the money or time to attend. When those people are your closest friends and relatives whom you plan to ask to stand up for you, that makes matters harder. If you insist on having your wedding elsewhere, be honest with the people you're asking to be in your bridal party, and don't be offended if they're unable to accept--going to the Caribbean isn't cheap. Look into airfare, car rental, hotels, inclusive packages and anything else you can estimate and furnish the information to your friends when you ask. If there is a cost you can defray, tell them that, too. Maybe you're able to pay for the hotel rooms or the bridesmaids' jewelry. But lay it out for them so they know what they're saying yes to.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Christi Colba
What can we do with our wedding flowers after the wedding?
by Christi Colba 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Pre-Wedding
Manage My Life
You've spent a ton of money on your flowers, it's great to get some use out of them! Some couples leave their larger flower arrangements at the church so worshippers can enjoy them the next day, or they'll allow the officiant to send them to a shelter or charity. Another option is to have someone bring them to a nursing home to brighten the residents' surroundings. You might give the table centerpieces to your guests, maybe the one who finds the sticky note placed under his chair (one per table). You could also present the bigger pieces to your parents or people in the bridal party to enjoy.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Mike Morris
If a bride is having three wedding showers, including a Jack and Jill shower, can any of the same people go on the guest list?
by Mike Morris 
December 16th, 2009
Manage My Life
As much as she'd like to have her friends around her at all of her showers, it's not appropriate for guest lists to overlap. The reason is this: a shower is devoted to giving gifts, and inviting guests to more than one event obligates them to buy multiple gifts. It's fine for her to invite her bridesmaids and the mothers to any of the showers, as they're not expected to bring a gift. If she's having trouble coming up with enough people to attend different affairs, the hostesses might be willing to combine showers.

The bride and groom will then have to decide how to handle the guest list for the couple's shower. If the bride and groom are friendly with Robin and Greg and want them invited to the co-ed shower, does the bride exclude Robin from the ladies' shower, even if she and Robin have been friends for years? Probably not. The solution might be to suggest to Robin that she and Greg not bring a gift to the co-ed event. That case-by-case review might be the fairest and most appropriate way to keep friends from feeling put out.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Manage My Life
If I know they can't make it, is it okay to leave people off my wedding list?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Manage My Life
If it's a person you know well, go ahead and invite them. In that case, it's the thought that counts.
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December 16th, 2009
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Christi Colba
Do I need a packing list?
by Christi Colba 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Travelers
Manage My Life
Yes! Make a list and stick to it to make sure you take all essentials - and to make sure you don’t impulsively add things you don't really need. The more you travel, the better you will get. Always make a mental note of items that never got worn so you can leave them at home next time.
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by Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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Krysta Lobb
how do i delete my wedding registry
by Krysta Lobb 
August 6th, 2013
Kate Fitting
To delete a wedding registry, log on to shopyourway.com/registry using the email and password you used when you created the gift registry. Click on Manage. Click on edit this registry. In the light blue box at the top of the page, directly below the registrant's email address, is a link that will allow you to delete your gift registry. If you need additional assistance, please contact GR_Feedback@searshc.com
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August 6th, 2013
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