These Are the Cookware Products You NEED to Add to Your Wedding Registry Pronto

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Wedding Registry Cookware Ideas

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Sure, setting up your wedding registry is just another thing taking up space on your wedding to-do list, but don't stress out — stock up! Half the battle is simply knowing what to register for —nd we've got you covered on that front.

We've rounded up some seriously stellar cookware that you'll actually want to unwrap and get using post-"I do." And not only are these chef-worthy products useful — they'll be sitting pretty on your countertop too, thanks to their modern shades and copper finishes. Why copper, you ask? First, it's an excellent heat conductor, which is why it's a favorite among chefs (the most famous being the grand dame herself, Julia Child). Copper bowls are also the ideal vessel for whipping egg whites, thanks to a reaction with the metal that makes them extra fluffy. And, if maintained well, copper kitchenware will last forever. (Just polish frequently with a cleaner like Mauviel's Copperbrill.)

So what are you waiting for? Invest in your new life together with quality kitchen gear that makes cooking amazing meals together a totally achievable #relationshipgoal.

1. Copper Tea Kettle
Copper kettles like this one, handcrafted in England, boil faster and retain heat longer than others. (Tea kettle, $295, Simplex available at Sur La Table)

2. Round Dutch Oven
Not sure you need a large cast-iron pot? If you ever plan to cook for/impress a crowd, you do. (7.25 quart dutch oven, $360, Le Creuset)

3. Glass Jar
This classic canning jar, whose carved wooden top is lined with a rubber seal, is insanely useful and pretty. (One-liter tulip jar, $14 for two, and wooden lid, $7, Weck available at Shop Terrain)

4. Copper Colander
As a budget-friendly option, go for stainless steel with copper plating. (Colander, $49, Rejuvenation)

5. Rectangular Baker
A kitchen essential, this enamel-coated steel pan can be used for everything from brownies to lasagna. (Three quart baking dish, $172, Dansk Kobenstyle available at Lenox)

6. Casserole Pot
This lightweight piece in enameled steel is great for side dishes or a casserole built for two. (Two quart casserole pot, $115, Dansk Kobenstyle available at Lenox)

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7. Cast-Iron French Oven
A cross between a sauté pan and a Dutch oven, this pot is perfect for making long-simmering dishes like risotto or polenta. (French oven, $150, Staub available at Zwilling J.A. Henckels)

8. Copper Sauce and Sauté Pans
These multiuse beauties will last a lifetime and are excellent for making sauces, vegetables, grains, and soups. (Copper pans, $250 to $685, Mauviel)

Additional items above: Copper measuring cups, $28, Anthropologie; Matte navy 3.5-quart round Dutch oven, $180, Le Creuset available at Williams Sonoma; "Kinley" copper sugar bowl, $25, Crate & Barrel; White 3.25-quart saucepan with lid, $265, Le Creuset; Sapphire cast-iron oven, $150, Staub available at Williams Sonoma; Large striped mixing bowl, $20, Crate & Barrel; "Color Lab" teacups, $16 each, Revol; Marble canister, $65, Vagabond Vintage available at Mothology

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