How To Delete Your Zola Registry in 3 Simple Steps

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There may be many reasons you may want to delete your Zola registry. Whatever the reason may be, deleting your zola registry is easier than registering in the first place. In this guide, you’ll have your Zola account cleaned out and visible only to your memory with just three easy steps. Let’s not waste any more time and jump right into how to delete Zola registry!

Step 1 – Make your wedding website private

If you don’t have a wedding website with Zola, you can skip this step and head over to step 2.

If you have a wedding website with Zola, the first thing to is make your wedding website private.

To do so, head over to the Manage Website dashboard and look for the visibility line.

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Make sure to click this toggle button so it’s off, which indicates it’s now private.

Now that your wedding website is now private, let’s move onto making your wedding registry private.

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Step 2 – Make your registry private

In order to make your registry private, head on over to your Manage Registry page and look for the visibility toggle button.

Click on this toggle button to switch it from Visible to Private.

You can also make your wedding website and registry private from the Privacy Settings.

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Simply click the toggle buttons to make sure “Not Visible” is selected.

It’s important to note that it can take up to 30 days for your website to be hidden from search engines like Google if that option was turned on.

But if guests land on your registry, they’ll be met with an error page.

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Step 3 – Contact Zola support

The final step if you want your whole Zola account to be deactivated is to contact their support team at from the email address that your account is associated with.

And that’s all you need to delete your Zola registry!

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John Anderson
With over two decades of wedding experience, John Anderson is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor at Life Line Wedding. He writes a variety of articles spanning over multiple areas of expertise including engagement rings, diamonds, wedding jewelry, and wedding planning. John's mission is to help soon-to-be-married couples make educated and well-informed decisions. He now spends his time writing articles to help couples on John is based in Brooklyn, NY.