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In my last post (which was actually supposed to be this post – it just kind of morphed into a different thing), I talked about the wedding registries with the best perks. Today, I’ll be discussing some must-haves that you should add to your wedding registry!
- Nice everyday dishes. My husband and I love, love, love our dishes. We put them on our registry and could not be happier about that decision. We use them every night. Even if you’ve lived together for some time, go ahead and find some new dishes to add to your list. We went with a super classic, all white dish, with the modern twist of a square plate in both large and small sizes. We also added accent colors with our soup/cereal bowls.Crate & Barrel Boxed Appetizer Plates
- In the same breath, we also love the silverware we registered for.Crate & Barrel Kenton Silverware
- Vacuum cleaner. We knew that we were going to get a dog eventually, so when we registered for a vacuum, we looked for one that was tailored to having pets in the house.
- Bed sheets, comforter set. These are expensive, but even if no one buys you it, if you plan it out just right, you can cash in on those percentages off post-wedding.
- Fun kitchen appliances. These seem to be a guest favorite. Hand-mixers, caramel brulee torch, potato masher, Keurig, panini maker, bread maker, wine opener. Plus side to this is that many come at a variety of price ranges!
- Good bath towels. If anyone can tell me the difference between a bath towel and a bath sheet, I’m still wondering years later.
- This one could totally go under “fun kitchen appliances”, but I feel like it deserves its own category simply for being that awesome. This multi-cooker cooks white rice in under 12 minutes. Honestly, I’m sure this does other really cool things, but 99.9% of the time, we use it to cook rice.
- Any type of organization tool, whether it’s drawer organization, or tupperware. This is forgotten about, but so useful to have. Especially right after you get married and are trying to figure out how to cook for two… and not 10… and you end up with days of leftovers. Not that that ever happened in our house……
Remember your registry perks, and try to add a varied number of gifts per price range! Aim for at least one gift per couple/family you invite to the wedding to start with.
What are your favorite wedding registry adds? Comment below!!