A fantasy honeymoon with a customized gift registry

It’s called the Anantara Honeymoon Registry is it’s being offered at five Ana Tara resorts in Thailand and three Ananatara resorts in the Maldives.

In developing the concept, Anantara Hotels, Resorts and Spas partnered with Honeymoon Wishes, founded in 2003 by Kristin Stark and her now husband, Lee Cornwell.

Kristin envisaged a bridal registry that focused on honeymoon gifts and experiences couples would remember all their lives.

What kind of gifts? A bottle of chilled French Champagne delivered to the newlyweds’ room; a room upgrade offering memorable views and superior amenities; water sports – learning to swim; local cooking classes so that they can recreate their favorite dishes on returning home; a signature treatment or package at Ana Tara Spa and a Dining by Design night at a secluded location, complete with your own personal chef and private butler service.

Signing up is really easy and free – www.Anantara.HoneymoonWishes.com.

Couples begin the process by browsing sample registries for suggestions before customizing their own personal honeymoon registry of items and activities as wedding gifts.

The package also includes a complimentary wedding website that includes a section for photos, blogging and even tracking RSVPs.

The five Thailand resorts selected:

Anantara Lawana Resort and Spa, edging Koh Samui’s famous beach and offering sensational sea views; Anantara Bophut, also on Koh Samui, where honeymooners can take a sunset cruise across the Gulf of Siam;  at Anantara Phuket Villas, newlyweds can take advantage of professional sailing lesson; a surreal scuba experience in the Andalman Sea around Anantara Si Kao Resort and Spa; and at Anantara Golden Triangle Resort and Spa, honeymooners arrive by traditional longtail boat along the Mekong River, followed by an elephant trek to the hilltop resort.

For more information – Puri@registrygifts.com

About jimcarr

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