Shannon and Nick
Welcome to our Honeymoon fund and gift registry. As you may have already noticed, you will not find a traditional retail registry here. Since we have lived together, and have been blessed with the generosity of our families, we feel we have what we need to make the perfect home to begin our married life. With that in mind, we ask that guests take a risk and break traditional wedding gift-giving practice. Put down that crock-pot and in it's place contribute to our 11 day Parisian Honeymoon. More than any spatula or china set, we will forever cherish the memories of our first European adventure as a married couple. We will look back on our Honeymoon photos, those joyous moments frozen in time, and we will remember those who made it all possible. Thank you for your generosity. Note to Benefactors: For clarification on the use of this website, you can contribute to any event listed in dollar increments of your choosing. For example: you can contribute $5 toward "In and out of coffee shops" (listed as a $220 total) and $50 toward "Dinner at Restaurant le Meurice" (listed as a $400 total). The site will actively display the remaining funds to be gifted toward a specific event as guests continue to contribute, until that event is listed as "Fully Gifted." Again, we thank all of you for your generosity!Monaco, Monaco Paris, France Lyon, France France Nice, France
We have planned an amazing road trip around France that will allow us to experience an epic and beautiful journey, we are just going to pack our car and go!
Coffee and a morning croissant are essential to any road trip . . . even more so on a French adventure.
Moulin Rouge is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance.
Anyone wanting a grand-slam experience of Gallic gastronomic grandeur won't do better than the glamorous dining room at the Hotel Meurice in the heart of the city. This is our first major honeymoon...
1) iPhone's need data . . . and Road Trips in foreign country's need iPhone navigation. 2) We want to stay connected and keep everyone up to date on the amazing trip you helped make a reality.
Seriously . . . they haven't solved this problem yet? We are going to need help.
Staying at the premier Bed and Breakfast in Bordeaux, Une Chambre Chez Dupont.
Intercontinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu, Restored 18th century French Palace, but modern on the inside.
What better place than France for us to chase our dreams of becoming professional Mimes.
Set on the seafront in the historic district of Nice, Hotel Suisse is an Italian-style hotel that features access to a private beach and located in the city center.
Château de la Napoule has the reputation for being the Riviera’s most eccentric and most fascinating château. The castle was constructed in the 14th century for the Countess of Villeneuve.
It is deemed one of the top tourist attractions in Nice, an objective not to be missed out by the visitors of the French Riviera. It's not just its inner highlights which recommend the park as a to...
The Oceanographic Museum was inaugurated in 1910 by Monaco's modernist reformer, Prince Albert I. Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Often referred to as the "Temple of the sea."
An evening out in Monte Carlo dressed to impress as classy as Brangelina on the Red Carpet (or as we will be called: Shannolas).
Joël Robuchon is the world’s most ‘starred’ chef having now earned a staggering 26 of these prestigious Michelin awards. Monte Carlo accounts for two of these stars.
Cour des Loges hotel is one of the finest jewels in Lyon's old town and home to Le Loges, a Michelin Star restaurant.
Staying at the cozy Hotel de la Bretonnerie, walking distance to Notre Dame.
The Shakespeare and Company bookstore has long been a fixture of the love between literature and Paris's Left Bank. When we are done browsing, we can retire with our new reading material to a near...
A famous shopping precinct, its boutiques and ateliers supplying Paris's yen for simple things done beautifully.