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Help for Couples

Here are the four simple steps that you have to do in order to create your own unique wedding list.
Step 1: Register with the site -Use the 'Register' link.
Enter both your names, a contact telephone number, the URL of your own wedding site (if you have one), the location, time and date of the wedding.

The 'Additional notes for guests' field is available for you to enter any notes that you may wish your guests to see. You could enter information about your gifts, the stag night, or the wedding itself.

Provide a valid email address, to which your registration email will be sent. You should also choose a password that you can easily remember. This is referred to as the 'Couple password', not to be confused with your 'Guest password' that you will choose later.


Entering your email address along with your chosen 'Couple password' will give you unique access to your account. This will enable you to login and administer your account, making any changes where necessary. If you ever forget your password, you can request that it be sent to you again from the home page.

There are a number of other options that you can chosen at this point. Firstly select the currency of the items that your gifts will be entered in, and the default language that will be displayed to you and your guests.


Now choose whether you want new guests to be able to see what previous guests have reserved, and whether you want items that have already been reserved to be shown to new guests. Lastly choose how often you wish to be updated via email.

Don't forget that you can log into your account and update it at any stage, so if you make a mistake, it is easy to amend.
Step 2: Create your gift list - Use the 'Gift List' link.

You are now ready to create a list of gifts that you would like your guests to purchase for you. There are a number fields describing each item including description, size, quantity, and price. You can also (optionally) upload images of each item to assist your guests to identify and purchase the correct items. The maximum image size that you should upload is for each individual item is 2MB. Images up to this size will automatically be re-sized. If you try to use larger sizes, you will be given an error message.


If your gifts should be purchased from a particular supplier, you can enter their details as well, including a web URL if they are online.


Your guests do not purchase the items through the site itself, because the suppliers may be numerous, and may not necessarily online.

The entry of your gifts can either be completed now, or later if you want to complete step 3 now. Remember that you can return to the site and add, remove, or edit any of your items at any time.
Step 3: Make your registration payment - Use the 'Guest List' link.
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Before you can choose your 'Guest password' which will allow your guests to login you need to active your account.


This is done through Paypal's secure server. The cost is 10 Euros (approx 10 US Dollars, or 5 Pounds Sterling).


Please note that you do not need to have or create a Paypal account in order to activate your account.


You will be sent an email confirming your payment.

Step 4: Activate your 'Guest password' - Use the 'Guest List' link a second time.
You should now choose your 'Guest password'. You will be sent a final email confirming that you account is now fully active. The email will contain a unique 'Guest URL' that you can send to your guests to allow them to login more easily.

You can allow your guests to login, in one of three ways


1) They can enter your email address along with the 'Guest password' on the home page.


2) They can use the 'Guest URL', that will allow them direct access into the site.


3) They can search for your wedding, using either of your names, or the location of the wedding, and then just simply enter the 'Guest password' that you have chosen.


Your guests will be able to browse, and then reserve items from your list. They can select multiple items, or reserve part of an item, leaving the remainder for somebody else.


If you haven't already, now is the time to finish your gift list before you inform your guests how they where the site is and how they can access it.

Help for Guests

Here are the three simple steps that you have to do in order to reserve items for the couple.
Step 1: Login

Log in to the site. You can do this in one of three ways,


1) On the home page enter the couples' email address along with the 'Guest password' that they have sent you.


2) Use the 'Guest URL', that the couple have sent you, to give direct access into the site.


3) Search for the wedding using either of the couples names, or the location of the wedding, and then just simply enter the 'Guest password' that the couple have sent to you.

Step 2: Browse the couples gifts - Use the 'Gift List' button.
Simply browse through the items that the couple have chosen. You can page through the gifts using the Display 'Next' and 'Previous' links. Some items may have images, or web URL's, depending on how the items have been entered.

Once you have decided which items that you would like to reserve, simply enter the quantity next to the each item. You can select multiple items, or reserve part of an item, leaving the remainder for somebody else.


Once you have made your selection click on the 'Reserve items' link.

3: Confirm your reservation.

Once you enter your name and a valid email address your chosen items will be reserved in your name, and removed from the list so that they cannot be reserved again by other guests.


You will be sent a confirmatory email containing details of your selection so that you can make the necessary arrangements to purchase the items for the couple. The items are not purchased through the site itself, because the suppliers may be numerous, and may not necessarily online.


If for any reason you can't purchase the items, you should inform the couple so that they can make them available to others.

Don't forget to have a look at the 'Wedding Info' link which may contain further information about the wedding itself.


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