Registry Items to Master 2018’s Dining Trends

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Updated 03/02/18
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When it comes to building your wedding registry, adding timeless dinnerware and glassware is a no-brainer: you want your gifts to last through years of wear, tear, and style evolution (shout out to those mauve Tupperware cups in your mom’s cabinet). But, I'm also a firm believer in registering for the now, including a few trendier picks that 1) make you really happy, and 2) are gorgeous enough to stay in style. Serve up newlywed dinners and drinks in these hot materials and prints, and never look back:

Super-Calming Jade

We’re seeing a huge surge in all things jade green. And it makes total sense to scatter jade hues liberally around any newlywed home: the mineral is thought to reveal inner truths and bring about reflective wisdom. These are great picks for the self-aware couple.

Addison Pitcher, $41.99, Mosser Glass available at Zola

Medium Cake Stand, $57.99, Mosser Glass available at Zola

Tourron Teacup & Saucer, $44, Jars Ceramic available at Zola

All Matte Everything

First came the matte manicures and matte lipsticks, then the matte cars (hi, Kardashian children). Now, the mattified trend has made its way into our homes with some flat-finish tumblers, utensils, and even a very low-key sexy dutch oven.

Matte Tumbler, $14, Vietri available at Zola

Vintage Finish 5-Piece Flatware Set, $125, Herdmar available at Zola

Round Coquette Dutch Oven, starting at $149.99, Staub available at Zola

Cheerfully Splattered

If your kitchen aesthetic is anywhere close to camping-chic meets Jackson Pollock, get onboard the splatterware train. The speckly look works well in a range of dining situations, from outdoor cookout to fancy drinks and tapas.

Gerona Splatter Nesting Bowl, starting at $19.99, Canvas Home available at Zola

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Enameled Splatterware Bucket, Set of 4, $57.99, Urban Homestead available at Zola

Watercolor Splatter Placemat, Set Of 4, $53.99, Wolf & Irving available at Zola

Cobalt Florals

From Greece and Tunisia to Sweden and China, so many countries and cultures revere this intense, rich shade of blue. Why? It’s not often found in nature—which makes it all the more magical when incorporated into gorgeous botanical artwork.

Azoura Tagine, $79.99, Le Souk Ceramique available at Zola

Sandefjord 4-Piece Place Setting, $49.99, Noritake available at Zola

Ostindia Floris Salad Plate, $20, Rörstrand available at Zola

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