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How to: Create a Wedding Registry with Evernote

How to: Create a Wedding Registry with Evernote

Posted by Kasey Fleisher Hickey on 30 Jul 2013

Posted by Kasey Fleisher Hickey on 30 Jul 2013

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Before you start adding items to your wedding registry, consider using Evernote to compile your wishlist.

Wedding Registry

To do this: download the Evernote Web Clipper to the web browser of your choice, then check out our quick guide to using the Web Clipper.

Wedding Planning with Evernote
Once you’ve installed it on your browser (and have installed Evernote to all of your computers and mobile devices), start researching!

Come across a few different sets of plates or silverware? Clip them all and figure out which ones you’ll add to your registry later.

Add text to your web clips, and even share your notebook with your partner. After the wedding, you’ll be able to go through all of the items you’ve clipped and see which ones you didn’t receive, but might still want.

*Plates from Crate & Barrel

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  • Patrick Mackaaij

    Evernote as a wishlist would be nice if people could mark items as reserved. Like Wishpot. Maybe something for a developer to add in the trunk by tagging notes like Postach.io does?

    • Carlie Hamilton

      Maybe you could integrate the checklist feature, and people could check them off if they purchase them.

      • Patrick Mackaaij

        Thanks for the suggestion Carlie! I’d like to involve non-Evernote users as well. How would you go about that? As far as I know a link to a note would lead them to a read-only page (unable to check off)..