Tuesday, April 6, 2010

{CLOSED} Giveaway: Miss Now Mrs. Gift Card

Want to change your name after you get married? Or does your favorite bride want to change her name?  MissNowMrs is a name change service designed to help new brides change their name.  Basically, this service lets you (or the user) answer a few questions based on their state, then uses those answers to fill out forms like  Social Security, IRS 8822, U.S. Passport, USPS, State Driver's License and State Voter Registration forms as well as notification letters for all of the creditors.  Basically all you have to do is print out the forms, sign them, and mail them to the appropriate places.
MissNowMrs claims it saves the average bride 13 hours of time by putting all of the forms together in one easy to use website.  I think it could potentially save more than 13 hours-I have so many married friends who didn't even know where to start to change their name. Do you go to the DMV first or the Social Security office? That's 13 hours that could be spent doing anything else, like shopping or opening up wedding gifts.

MissNowMrs also helps in a variety of situations.  Thinking about hyphenating your name or taking your maiden name as your middle name-MissNowMrs can assist with that.  Changing your name after being married for a few years, say after having a baby? MissNowMrs can help with that.

At just $29.95, the MissNowMrs service is available as a convenient gift card to give as gifts. It makes a great bridal shower gift, engagement party gift, or wedding gift.  It's one of those gifts that every bride would enjoy but probably would never think to buy for herself.  It works in all 50 states, too. (Of course, a bride could purchase the service herself to use.)

Win One! MissNowMrs is giving away one gift card (valued at $29.95) to one lucky The Perfect Bridesmaid reader!
To enter: Tell us what you normally give for bridal shower gifts. This entry must be done before the rest of the extra entries can be done.

For more entries:
Be sure to leave a comment for EACH additional entry that you complete.
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This giveaway is now closed-the winner is Comment No.2-Princess Christy!

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Disclosure: We have not received any monetary compensation for this review or giveaway.  MissNowMrs is providing the gift card. However, The Perfect Bridesmaid is an affiliate of MissNowMrs which means we may receive compensation for any traffic sent to MissNowMrs or any gift cards purchased through this website.  However, this compensation has not affected the content of the above post.

The Legal:
  • Contest begins  April 6, 2010  and ends on April 19, 2010 at midnight. All entries must be posted by midnight to qualify.
  • You must include your email address or your entries will not be counted. (Or check to see if your e-mail is included in your blogger profile.)
  • US residents only.
  • 18 and over only.

22 comments:

Princess Christy said...

I normally find a bunch of smaller items, like spatulas or spoons, that the bride has registered for, and put them in a larger container - like a laundry basket! Makes for cute wrapping, and it gets more bang for my buck!

Princess Christy said...

I'm a follower!

Dasha29 said...

I like to give a set of picture frames for all the wedding photos they'll soon have.

Miss Love said...

I normally give dinnerware for a bridal shower gift.

Miss Love said...

I follow through google friend connect.

naazia said...

for bridal shower gifts.. usually lingerie!

husainn (at) mail.amc.edu

AZ in August said...

I'm the blender giver, I freaking love margaritas and I think the married couple deserves them. :o)

AZinAugust[at]gmail[dot]com

AZ in August said...

I'm a follower! :o)

AZinAugust[at]gmail[dot]com

AZ in August said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/AZinAugust/status/11728283668

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bertsoc11 said...

I normally like to get the bride a Sam's Club or Costco Membership. Its something you can't register for but comes in so handy!

Sharon said...

Only been to one bridal shower, but pitched in with a bunch of friends to get her a Clarisonic facial cleansing brush - she'd been lusting after it forever!

Jackie said...

I LOVE to give a unique gift that I know she won't get from anyone else so this would be a PERFECT bridal shower gift.

masqur8r said...

I love to try and my Brida a unique gift she has not recieved. This gift would be perfect! I tweeted and facebooked this giveaway. Look me up using my screen name masqur8r

Holly said...

I usually get the bride something from her registry and something more personal to them. I really like to take pictures of normal things around town that look like letters and spell out their new last name then frame it for them!

Anonymous said...

In the interest of saving money, I've been giving laundry baskets filled with toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies, laundry supplies, etc. All the stuff no one wants to actually buy, especially with all the other things newlyweds have to spend $$ on!

Christie
ropp(dot)5@wright(dot)edu

Anonymous said...

A signable framed photo of the couple, or a ceramic platter that can be signed and fired

mondocurio at gmail . com

Anonymous said...

I follow on google

mondocurio at gmail dot com

Chris said...

Only been to one bridal shower, but pitched in with a bunch of friends to get her a Clarisonic facial cleansing brush - she'd been lusting after it forever!
another6655@yahoo.com

tina reynolds said...

This last time I have glasses, off the wish list, I usually like to try and find something unique and useful. thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

tina reynolds said...

I follow on google friends

tina reynolds said...

I tweeted http://twitter.com/mrstinareynolds/status/12318404509

Anonymous said...

I usually leave romantic candles and spa treatments. Everyone deserves to relax after the wedding

Jennifer

Jenniferdickens15@hotmail(dot)com