Christina and Ryan
This handy gift-giving option allows you to contribute to the couple's planned purchase of everything from new household appliances to Norwegian honeymoon experiences. Whatever you choose – from fridge to fjord – your kindness is greatly appreciated.Norway Bergen, Norway Oslo, Norway
Help the happy couple take the edge off a long international flight with some liquor on ice.
Dodging trolls and wrestling polar bears is hard work. Help the couple relax and recover with a spa day in Norway.
As sleeping on the streets of Oslo is frowned upon, a proper hotel will keep the couple in the good graces of locals.
Thanks to Ryan's sister in law, Dawn, the couple is learning the art of hunting for quaint bed-and-breakfast accommodations off the beaten path. Help them enjoy the first fruits of their labor.
Nothing witty to say here. It's dinner at a restaurant that's only accessible by boat. Awesome with a capital A.
If the couple doesn't see a fjord in Bergen, how will they know if it's better than the one they saw in Oslo?
This handy travel card will give the couple access to discounts throughout Bergen, essentially stretching the dollars of every other honeymoon contributor.
This is one of the most romantic, elegant dining experiences on the couple's honeymoon itinerary. Well, after the famous hot dog carts of Oslo.
It turns out hot dog carts are a big deal in Norway, and this is a couple that appreciates the art of encased meats.
Because walking up a mountain is really hard, and because the Ulriken 642 is obsolete.
This is the original Potetkjelleren, not that Potetkjelleren Express we've all seen at the mall. Oh wait, that's Panda Express. Anyway, this restaurant looks fantastic.
The couple reading an article in an in-flight magazine about Norwegian horses that have an extra gear sparked this whole idea of honeymooning in Norway. That's not a joke. True story.
Using intense levels of heat, this essential appliance makes the inedible edible.
The couple may go through life dripping wet and constantly catching colds if someone doesn't help fund their acquisition of soft, absorbent linens.
It's customary in Morocco to eat most foods with one's fingers. Ryan and Christina don't live in Morocco. Please help enable their more Americanized style of plate-to-mouth food transport.
Designed, not to keep reporters in captivity, but rather to store DVDs and other home-entertainment formats that'll likely be obsolete by the time Ryan figures out how to put the thing together, th...