Lindsay Jones, founder of Woman Getting Married, recommends a mix of traditional and cash gifts. "Older guests always want to buy a stand mixer or towels."

Usually. Some wedding registries, such as With Joy, are fee-free. Depending on the registry, guests may pay the fee or you may pay it when you collect gifts.

Etiquette says not to include your registry on invitations. Include your wedding website on the invitation, then link to your registry.

Etiquette expert Jodi R.R. Smith, author of From Clueless to Class Act: Manners for the Modern Woman and founder of Mannersmith in Marblehead, Mass., says, “There's a time and a place and a way to do things politely.”

The Knot: The Knot registry allows couples to create cash funds for specific savings goals.

Zola: Like The Knot, guests can register for a cash or honeymoon fund as part of a larger registry for more traditional items via Zola.

Honeyfund: Honeyfund lets couples create honeymoon or general cash registries. You can have the cash transferred to your bank or PayPal account or use gift cards.

With Joy: With Joy lets you register for traditional gifts and cash for a honeymoon, other financial goals, or charity. Guests can donate via Venmo, PayPal, or Cash App.