Planning our honeymoon was just as fun (sometimes more fun!) than planning our wedding, and I still daydream about the perfect vacation (you should see my Travel and Adventure board on Pinterest). Needless to say, I’m always so happy to share Traveler’s Joy with my readers. For couples who want an alternative to the traditional wedding registry, Traveler’s Joy makes registering for your honeymoon a cinch. Whether you want to sunbathe in the Bahamas, explore the wonders of Glacier National Park, or see Venice by gondola, your friends and family can contribute to the trip of a lifetime.

Traveler’s Joy makes it super easy to set up your honeymoon registry. Using one of their pre-made theme-based (think beach or mountains) or location specific (think Greece or Brazil) registries, you can instantly add items and experiences with a single click. And because Traveler’s Joy allows you to register for any portion of your honeymoon, you’re not limited to flights or hotel stays. Register for luggage, guidebooks – even hiking boots or snorkeling gear!

Not only has Traveler’s Joy streamlined the registry set-up process, their system also makes it really easy to divide the cost of expensive items into manageable gift portions. Dying to take a helicopter tour of Kauai that costs $400? Split it into 4 gifts of $100, making it possible for friends and family to contribute to more expensive items and experiences.

And if you’re still figuring out what your dream honeymoon looks like, there are thousands of real honeymoon stories and real registries from Traveler’s Joy members to inspire you!

 

This post sponsored by Traveler’s Joy.

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  1. jacquelyn | lark&linen

    When my time comes, I will for sure be registering for a honeymoon in lieu of kitchen stuff!

    Such a brilliant idea

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  2. Briony

    I’ve been wondering if there is something like this out there! Thanks very much for posting, I can’t wait to use it xx

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  3. I Want Wedding Champagne!

    I would so love to have a honeymoon registry!

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