Registry Ideas & Answers

The 27 Best Places to Register

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Tiffany & Co.

For the couple that treasures the idea of family heirlooms, timeless and beautiful Tiffany & Co. is an obvious registry stop. While it's certainly a pricier retailer, there are plenty of more affordable vases and bowls that can help round out an otherwise pricier selection of goods.

Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler's unique "Happy Chic" aesthetic can brighten up any newlywed home. For couples looking to stock up on ceramics, rugs, and colorful textiles, look no further. You'll also get a 10% completion discount on products you don't receive.

Blueprint Registry

For the couple looking for one seriously all-inclusive registry, look no further than Blueprint Registry. This unique online registry lets you add products to one list from big box retailers or from your favorite local store. You can search for and add gifts by room, designate pricier items as a group gift, or even register for cash-based gifts like a honeymoon fun, date nights, or a fund for your favorite charity. Two weeks after your wedding Blueprint Registry will send you a master list of each gift you received, who it was from, and a return guide, to make thank-you notes and exchanges a breeze.

Sur La Table

If you're passionate about cooking, Sur La Table, and their over 9,000 products, is where you must register. With exclusive products made just for the retailer, there are foodie finds you simply can't get anywhere else. Receive 10% off any products you don't receive and enjoy in-store cooking classes, just for registering!

West Elm

A West Elm registry is practically a must-have for couples looking to fill their first home. Take advantage of their free Home Stylists that can help you register for the pieces that will upgrade your space. From kitchen and tabletop necessities to cool home accents and furniture, you can register for each and every room in your house. And with 10% off every item left on your registry for six months following you wedding day, you can be sure you start off married life in style. As an extra incentive, couples that register with West Elm also receive 30% from wedding website design Riley & Grey.

Jung Lee

Event planner Jung Lee approaches registering in a fresh new way at her New York City boutique. They offer a variety of home necessities along with unique and beautiful accent pieces. And with a team of designers (not salespeople!) they'll help you create a stylish first home that's as functional as it is pleasing to the eye.

The Container Store

Combining two separate lives into one is both exciting and scary. That's where a registry with The Container Store comes into play. Their product solution and expert advice make creating one cohesive and happy household a breeze. And with group gifting and 10% off to help you complete your registry, there's no limit on how organized you can make your first home.

HatchMyHouse.com

Whether you're trying to save for a first home or make improvements on one you already own, Hatch My House is an online gift registry that allows you to design a digital home where guests can give towards your down payment, interior d°cor, or any renovations you're looking to make in place of a traditional gift.

Tendr

If you're the type of couple that doesn't need additional housewares but could use help paying off your big day, look no further than a Tendr registry. It's hard to ask for a cash gift without feeling greedy, but by creating a beautiful, digital registry with a thoughtful note of thanks, you can request guests give monetary presents rather than physical ones. And with easy and safe methods to pay online, it's easy for both the couple and guests.

Neiman Marcus

If you're looking for top-of-the-line dinnerware, fine linens, and beautiful table accessories, head to Neiman Marcus wedding registry department. This registry is best suited for couples near a store, though, as not all online selections will be available to add to your list.

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