Honeymoon registries are becoming more common, with approximately 20% of engaged couples creating one to help fund their honeymoon. Honeymoon registries allow couples to create an online registry listing desired activities, rather than homegoods. Wedding guests contribute cash towards specific experiences, which is an approach that is popular among gift givers and recipients alike. Honeyfund, an online registry founded by Josh and Sara Margulis in 2006, is one of the leading honeymoon registry websites. The married co-founders used the website themselves to fund their dream honeymoon to Fiji. Josh and Sara share their tips for honeymoon registry etiquette, and break down the honeyfund fees couples pay when using their site.
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