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The 27 Best Places to Register
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With a huge selection of brands, products, and styles, you'll be able to cross nearly everything off of your list here. And with locations on both the east and west coast, your friends and family can shop in store with ease. You'll also receive Star Rewards for gifts purchased for you and any purchase you might make before your wedding day, equaling up to 10% of your total.
Move your wedding registry into the digital age with Amazon! Let's say you're seriously coveting just a few items from a retailer, but it doesn't make sense to create an entire registry there. With Amazon's universal registry, you can add items to your list that weren't found on their site. But we have a feeling you'll be able to curate a great selection of goods without ever navigating off their site.
Founded by a couple looking for help making their dream honeymoon a reality, Honeyfund is the perfect way for guests to donate to your post-wedding vacation. Guests can donate to your total travel costs or for individual experiences, like dinners out or massages.
An electronics retailer might not feel like a natural registry pick, but you'd be surprised at the benefits of signing up with Best Buy. With picks for every room in your house, group-gifting that allows several guests to give as much as they want towards big-ticket items, and a 10% completion bonus to finish purchasing the necessities you didn't receive, what's not to love about a Best Buy registry? Plus, their app lets you add gifts as you go, whether you're shopping in store or online, so you're always connected.
Create a registry at Kohl's if you're looking for a large and affordable selection of housewares. With the mission to help you turn your new house into a home, there's no shortage of stylish finds at this budget-friendly retailer. And their reward perks can't be beat: Earn 10% on all gifts from your registry (up to $200) in the form of a Kohl's coupon that can be used after the big day!
Even if you already live together and have every single basic you could ever need, you still need to create a wedding registry for guests that prefer not to give monetarily. Enter Restoration Hardware. Cool decorative items with European-inspired style are plentiful here, and for items you loved but didn't receive, you have up to one year after your event to purchase them with a 10% discount.
For couple's that already have everything they could ever need, consider a charitable registry on a website like JustGive.org or IDoFoundation.org. Both allow you to create a registry where guests can give to a foundation of your choosing in your honor.
If you're most excited about registering for fine china, crystal, and flatware, stop in to Michael C. Fina. The registry consultants at this New York City store have been known to spend up to two hours walking registrants through options, and even help design tablescapes to show you how everything will look together. It's practically an entertainers dream. One big benefit? You can review everything purchased for you before it gets shipped, so you can swap out any items you've reconsidered or didn't receive enough or to put to use. Plus, you'll enjoy 15% off your wedding bands — Michael C. Fina carries over 1,000 styles from over 20 top designers.
Do you love art and design? Does a MoMA membership sound like an ideal wedding gift? Then it's time consider a registry with at the MoMA Design Store. Every purchase supports the museum and its programs, so not only will you get one-of-a-kind design objects, furniture, lighting, and art, but you'll also get to give back to a great cause. The 10% completion bonus doesn't hurt, either.