Looking for an elegant way to ask for a monetary gift from your wedding guest? Need something other than kitchen appliances or new towels? With HRECU's MatriMoney wedding registry, you won't have to worry about returning gifts or not getting what you wanted. MatriMoney allows you to receive the gift of cash, so you can conveniently spend your money where you want, on the things you really need.
MatriMoney provides a sophisticated way for engaged couples to request cash that is similar to retail registries. Your wedding guests can give you a monetary gift in a secure way by making deposits into your MatriMoney account! You can use the money to help pay for your wedding, take a honeymoon, save for a down payment on a home, or anything you'd like! Best of all, Hampton Roads Educators' will match the first $100 in gifts!
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Simply open your MatriMoney account at our Hampton office (Both the bride and groom-to-be must be present).* We'll provide you with a starter pack including registry cards to insert into your invitations.** Our registry cards are simple and elegant to match any theme.
How Your Guests Can Give
On the registry cards, there are simple instructions so your family and friends know how your HRECU MatriMoney account works. They can give by mailing their gift in, calling or stopping by our Hampton office.
Accessing Your Account
You can conveniently track your gift deposits via online banking, SMARTS or visiting our Hampton office. Your funds will become available the first business day following your wedding.
HRECU will not be responsible for tracking deposits made to the account.
* A $100 deposit is required upon opening the account.
** If an account is opened less than 90 days prior to the wedding date, we cannot guarantee that the cards will be available.
Frequently Asked Questions
How will our guests know we have a MatriMoney account?
You will receive "We're Registered" cards to include with your invitations.*
How will we know if a guest gave us money as a wedding gift?
A note that will be visible via online banking and your statement will be added to include the guest/giver's name to help you compile your thank you list.