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If you're a newly engaged lady with a love of all things vintage-inspired, then skip the big box retailers and consider our sponsor Anthropologie as your main registry stop. That's right: Your favorite store for boho clothing and accessories also offers a registry shop for brides-to-be. And if you're looking for those special pieces that will transform a classic wedding registry into something that speaks to you as a couple, there are few better places to find a carefully curated selection of fresh and unexpected housewares, bedding, and bath essentials.
First, start with the registry mainstays: The store's Imperial Caviar Flatware, a collection of gold-plated flatware by Marchesa for Lenox, will upgrade your classic forks and knives into elegant accents. Then, pair the gilded pieces with a set of dinnerware, like this pretty pink-gold-and-white style, to seriously impress your mother-in-law at your first newlywed dinner party. Also, a set of playful dishtowels and sea-inspired servewear will add just the right dose of whimsy to your kitchen.
You can even look to Anthropologie for bedding and home accents. We love their embroidered duvet, which will give your grown-up bedroom a refined take on the boho look you love.
Shop all of our favorite registry finds from Anthropologie below.
1. "Enmore", embroidered queen duvet, $198; 2. "Elentina", hand-blown glass cordial, $20; 3. "Whisk Serving Set", two-piece steel-and-brass set, $28; 4. "Cliveden", dinner plate, $28; 5. "Imperial Caviar", gold-plated flatware, $98 for a five-piece place setting; 6. "You Wash, I'll Dry", set of two dishtowels, $42; 7. "Archipelago Seveware", earthenware fish platter, $168