I thought we were talking about how to include a honeymoon fund on the wedding website as well as the registry. Can you clarify OP?
I thought in America (US) registries were a traditional thing. I remember watching American movies when I was a kid and if it was wedding oriented, (Father of the Bride, Betsy's Wedding kind of thing) registries were always talked about and I never knew what they were until I spent some time in the US as an adult and figured it out.
I don't know where OP is, but it's obvious that it's a thing that's done, especially since their making a wedding webpage. I've never heard of that before but they probably aren't the first couple to do it. But I think the honeymoon fund is a bit new and it may make people uncomfortable. But it looks the same as a registry to me. Buy us these his and hers towels for $50, or donate $50 to our honeymoon. They are both gifts, right?
I just think there needs to be a disclaimer that personally chosen gifts outside of these options are great, and that the guests presence at the ceremony is the only gift the couple are requesting. Or something like that. I just don't know how to word it.
Honestly, I don't know why couples do this to themselves, webpages, registries, showers, hen nights, weird after wedding parties, honeymoons...the stress, the time, the money...you know you can just get married, right?
(I jest! Have fun, it that's how you like it!)