You shouldn't put your wedding registry information on your invitation, but that doesn't mean you should ignore it completely. Instead of outlining which stores you've created a registry at on the suite, include the link to your website (not directly to your registry) on an information insert.
How do you politely put a registry on an invitation?
You can find our wish list at [insert details]. Your presence at our wedding is the greatest gift we could ask for! If you would like to honor us with a gift, we have registered a list with [insert details]. Gift cards to [insert details] are also appreciated, as we are moving into a new home after the wedding.
What is the etiquette for registry invitations?
How to Inform Guests of Registry. Let guests know by word of mouth and on your wedding website. Be sure to tell your close family and wedding party where you are registered, as they will likely be asked. Don't include any registry or gift information on the wedding invitation or any of the enclosures.
Do you put registry on Save the Dates?
It's generally considered poor taste to include any registry information on your Save the Dates. Instead, post the information on your wedding website or ask your parents or maid of honor to spread the word.
How do you tell wedding guests where you are registered?
Don't Tell Guests Where You're Registered on Your Invitation If you are asked where you have registered, it is fine to share—but it is not etiquette-approved to include registry information on a wedding invitation. Registry details can be included on a wedding website, which you can drive guests to on a details card.
How do you include gift registry information on an invitation?
We suggest that it be placed at the bottom of the insert card in a subtle place and/or as a wedding website. This way, there's no emphasis on it. And, there is no pressure for guests to bring or send a gift – it's all a personal decision for each guest. Don't Rely on Friends and Family to Spread the Word!