Ever wonder what a dinner party at Jennifer Lawrence's house is like? After she marries fiancé Cooke Maroney, it will most likely include martinis and fondue. Or at least that's what her wedding registry predicts! The actress partnered with Amazon to create a personalized wedding registry and we've got the inside scoop so you too can live just like Lawrence (Oscar trophy not included).
“Planning a wedding is so exciting, but it can be overwhelming. For anyone else needing a little inspiration, I thought it would be fun to collaborate with Amazon to share a few of my favorite registry wish-list items," she shared of her Amazon wedding registry.
Saying we are inspired by her choices is an understatement. The Hunger Games star seemingly thought of everything, all the way down to a GoPro camera, perfect for documenting her honeymoon adventures, and Apple AirPods, perfect for that long honeymoon flight home.
“I travel a lot for work, and these are a few of the best items I’ve found over the years to help me arrive feeling refreshed and ready to explore," she said of the picks. "Don’t leave for your honeymoon without them!”
Following the honeymoon, she and her new husband will come back to a cozy and organized home, which Lawrence says is "just the way I like it," thanks to some of her other registry picks. She's asking guests for a Homesick aroma oil diffuser, a Gravity weighted blanket and an iRobot mop.
Her registry also sets her up nicely to entertain all of her A-list friends (hello Adele and Amy Schumer). With a Fortessa barware set, Sagaform wine carafe and The New Cocktail Hour recipe book, guests will never be thirsty at the Lawrence-Maroney residence. They won't go hungry either, since the newlyweds will probably use their new Marcato Atlas pasta machine and Le Creuset Dutch oven to serve a delicious meal straight out of the 2019 remastered edition of Joy of Cooking. Maybe they'll serve chocolate fondue for dessert with their Swissmar fondue set? Turns out the actress enjoys spending time in the kitchen revealing, "Cooking for two is always more fun!”