October 29, 2012

Wanderable – Honeymoon Registries For Stylish Couples

What have you always wanted to do on your honeymoon? If it’s swim with dolphins in Hawaii, visit Versailles in France, or tour a spice market in Zanzibar, then Wanderable is a tool that can get you one step closer. The stylish honeymoon registry site gives couples a way to design their own honeymoon registries and turn their dream trips into realities.

Wanderable isn’t the first website to give couples a way to register for honeymoon adventures and activities. What separates this web-app from competitors, however, is its devotion to keeping things stylish and sleek. Create an account with your sweetheart, and personalize your registry by adding engagement photos, notes to your guests, and details about your upcoming nuptials. You can create a completely custom honeymoon registry by adding images from your destination and listing the activities you’d like to try while you’re there. Or, for an easier alternative, just copy your registry items directly from one of Wanderable’s sample registries, which are available for popular honeymoon destinations like Hawaii, Paris, and Italy.

Guests who visit your registry site can give gifts through multiple payment networks, including PayPal, credit card, cash, or check. Wanderable provides all gift-givers with printable cards that they can leave on the gift table at your wedding, and lets guests to write personal notes when they send your gifts virtually online. When it comes time for you to send thank you notes, just head back to the Wanderable site. Wanderable lists all the guests who contributed to your honeymoon, and includes contact information so you can mail handwritten thank you notes right away.

Practical Uses:

  • Register for your upcoming honeymoon in Fiji
  • Ask friends to help you upgrade to an oceanfront suite
  • Register for a couple’s massage at your hotel in Hawaii
  • Create a honeymoon website where wedding guests can get more information about your trip

Insider Tips:

  • Wanderable honeymoon registries are ad-free
  • Couples can create their own shortened URLs
  • Guests can pay via PayPal, credit card, cash, or check
  • Gifts can come in the form of U.S. dollars or another currency

What we liked:

  • Wanderable lets users register for any travel-related item
  • Couples can browse other people’s registries to get ideas for their own
  • Guests can write personal notes or print out gift cards
  • Wanderable gives couples a list of which guests purchased which items from their registries

What we didn’t like:

  • Wanderable charges people who pay by credit card a transaction fee of 2.8%, plus a 30-cent fee


Company Info:

  • Launched: December 2011
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Mountain View, California
  • Founded by: Marcela Miyazawa and Jenny Chen
  • Web site:


  • Basic registry is free
  • Premium registry is $39
  • Unlimited registry is $69

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