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  • My fiance and I are planning our honeymoon at Walt Disney World in May 2014 and using the HM registry. Our wedding is in April 2014, and with our HM shortly after, how can we book our trip this year and still use the registry to pay for our accommodations?
  • - Asked by Colleen on 5/16/2013
  • Hi, Colleen!  Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!  I just love a fairytale romance and a happy ending!

    You can book your vacation now, and reserve everything with a $200 deposit.  Your whole package has to be paid for 45 days in advance.  The way the Honeymoon Registry works is that you can have your guests buy you gifts, and the money is deposited into your registry.  You can request the money from your registry up to three times over the life of your registry, so you can have the money sent to you when you need to make your package payment.

    Any money deposited into your account after you pay your package off, you can use for all those extras you might find!  

    I hope you have a wonderful time planning your wedding and honeymoon, and I hope you'll come back and see us if you have anymore questions!

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