The 22 Best Wedding Registry Sites & Stores of 2023

Consider this your ultimate guide to the best wedding registries for every style

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Setting up your wedding registry—in person at a store or from the comfort of your home—is a fun step in the wedding planning process. Whether you're looking to furnish your apartment, bank some cash for a down payment on a new home, or book adventures for your honeymoon, the best wedding registry is a tool that will help you stock up on essentials and plan experiences with your soon-to-be spouse. 

Your registry, like your wedding, should reflect who you are as a couple and help you create core memories. To get you started, we logged hours of online research and polled our editors to get their go-to stores and sites. The result is the Brides ultimate registry list, where you'll find everything from air fryers to airplane tickets, online cash funds, and even charitable collections, where friends and family can celebrate your union by supporting causes close to your heart. 

Ready to get started? Keep scrolling to see the best wedding registries.

Zola.com


Why We Chose It

Zola is a one-stop online shop for every kind of wedding gift, with perks like completion discounts and even wedding planning services.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Comprehensive shop of experiences and gifts

  • Aggregates third party e-commerce sites

  • Group gifting

  • 20% off items left on registry

Cons
  • 2.4% credit card fee on cash gifts

  • Sometimes confusing process to buy items from third-party vendors

Overview

Want a site that handles gifts, cash, honeymoons, charities, and even pet gear? Zola is your best bet. Add items and experiences from the massive Zola online shop to create your perfect registry, or add on selections from any other e-commerce store. One of the things that make Zola stand out is the guest experience. Guests shop directly through Zola, rather than being routed to a third-party website for checkout, and can even put in for pricier items designated as group gifts. 

Couples also score 20 percent off the items left on their registries for six months after their weddings. Besides being able to register for pretty much anything, Zola also offers wedding planning services. You can host your wedding website on Zola (for free!), where you can manage RSVPs, add your registry, and design your own matching wedding invitations.

Bed Bath & Beyond


Why We Chose It

Bed, Bath & Beyond has a dazzling variety of home goods brands at every price point.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Wide variety of price points

  • 20% completion discount

  • Group gifting

  • Convenient return and exchange policy

Cons
  • Group gifting only offered on items over $100

  • Website is clunkier than others

  • Recent store closures mean fewer in-person shopping and return options

Overview

When it comes to one-stop shopping convenience for home goods, few retailers can beat Bed, Bath & Beyond. It's the perfect place to find all of your essentials, like housewares, linens, appliances, and even fine china. Since the store offers hundreds of brands, you can select your must-haves at a range of different price points, and some, like Cuisinart and Lenox, even come with bonus gifts from the brands. Bed Bath & Beyond offers a 20 percent completion discount, returns for a year, group gifting for items over $100, and a “ship or swap” service if you change your mind.

MyRegistry


Why We Chose It

MyRegistry is a seamless aggregator for any gift you can dream up, with options to include even niche gifts from boutiques.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Barcode scanner to easily add gifts you see in-person

  • Can sync with other registries

  • No fees for gift items purchased by guests

  • Versatile platform that makes shopping easy for gifts

Cons
  • 2.9% charge on cash gifts, plus $0.30 processing fee

  • Confusing redirects to third-party sites

  • Takes some effort to find return policies for third-party sellers

Overview

Not into the aesthetic of a single brand or store? That’s where MyRegistry comes in. If you prefer to pick one of a kind gifts from unique boutiques online, you can do just that with this universal registry. Use the site to add everything from home furnishings to experiences, like cooking classes and skydiving lessons, to your gift wish list. They even partner with specialty retailers like REI. Literally, nothing is off limits—including straight cash. Plus, you can add a donation link to a nonprofit you support with your time or funds, allowing guests to give a meaningful gift in your honor.

Joy


Why We Chose It

Joy is a universal registry that stands out for its no-fee cash gifts.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Universal registry that works with any third-party site

  • No fees on cash gifts

  • Integrated with CashApp and Venmo

  • Integrated with Joy's other wedding planning and organization services

Cons
  • Relatively limited selection in its own store

  • Some users complain of limited functionality on the new company's site

Overview

As the new universal registry on the block, Joy offers the standard suite of gifts, cash, experiences, and charity, but with one important perk: no fees for cash registries. Joy is integrated with peer-to-peer payment platforms like Venmo and CashApp, meaning you and your guests can skip the credit card fees. If you’re opting for a traditional registry, the Joy shop offers go-to picks like KitchenAid stand mixers, Airbnb gift cards, and Dyson vacuums along with the ability to add an item from any e-commerce site.

Pottery Barn


Why We Chose It

Personalize your home and the decorating process with design advice and monogramming services through Pottery Barn's registry.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Offers free design advice

  • Monogramming services

  • 10% completion discount

Cons
  • Only sells housewares

  • No option to add items from third-party stores

Overview

One of the many benefits to a Pottery Barn registry is access to free advice from their design crew, meaning you can not only lay out your dream bedroom, but you can add all the necessary items to your registry. It’s the ideal retailer for couples who are cohabitating for the very first time—or just never bothered to shop for furniture because they were busy wedding planning! 

If you're a fan of customized, monogrammed housewares, Pottery Barn can add your new moniker to just about anything. By registering with Pottery Barn, you'll score a 10 percent completion discount in the six months following the wedding as well as free shipping on eligible items.

Anthropologie


Why We Chose It

Anthropologie boasts a stylish stock of everything from bedroom decor to baby supplies.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • More unique home goods than most sellers

  • 15% completion discount

  • Registry updates "in minutes" after an item is purchased

  • Some users complained of issues finding out who sent gifts and customer service problems

  • Some items may be back-ordered

Overview

With global-inspired textiles, unexpected patterns, and quirky flair, Anthropologie has quickly become a destination for those whose tastes run to boho-chic. Search the brand’s collection of dining and kitchen goods, home decor, furniture, and candles for the perfect accent pieces for the home and add them to your wedding registry. The e-commerce site makes it easy to shop by categories like glassware, bedding, and even baby essentials, and you’ll get a 15 percent completion discount that’s good for 90 days.

Amazon


Why We Chose It

What can't you find on Amazon? Your wish list can be virtually limitless — and convenient — with the e-commerce giant's registry.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Huge selection of items

  • 20% completion discount

  • Easy shipping and returns

  • Conveniently tracks who purchased which gifts

Cons
  • 180-day return policy

  • Doesn't integrate with other e-commerce sites

  • No brick-and-mortar store

Overview

From towels and bedding to electronics like the Amazon Echo, the go-to e-commerce site allows you to register for just about anything you could imagine. Keurig coffee maker? Of course. Weber grill? Yep. Amazon Prime TV shows? You got it. Search by popular items, home goods, and celebrity and influencer registries to inspire items for your own. You’ll get a 20 percent completion discount, plus free two-day shipping on eligible items and returns for up to 180 days.

Target


Why We Chose It

Target is a staple for stocking up on cute home goods at affordable prices Plus, its registry allows select cash gifts through Honeyfund.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Good selection of home goods, small appliances, electronics and more

  • One year return policy

  • Guests can buy or contribute to experiences through Honeyfund partnership

  • In-store shopping at nearly 2,000 U.S. stores

Cons
  • Smaller selection than Amazon

  • No expert advisors

  • Cannot include gifts from other stores

Overview

If you are one of the many fans of Target’s "expect more, pay less" credo, you should certainly stop by the retailer to register. Target guides you through the registry creation process, with options to denote group gifts, add items from other stores, and track thank-you notes. You'll also get a 15 percent completion discount to use in-store and online, as well as free two-day shipping. But where Target really wins for big-box stores is its partnership with Honeyfund, allowing guests to contribute cash or gift cards from Uber, Delta, Disney, Hotels.com, and more.

Bloomingdale's


Why We Chose It

If you register with Bloomingdale's, you'll be showered with perks ranging from additional discounts to advisors and exclusive events.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Premium brands

  • 20% off of wedding attire

  • Access to registry consultants, private events and travel partner

  • One year return policy

  • 20% completion discount

Cons
  • No cash gifts

  • Limited number of locations for in-store shopping or returns

  • relatively expensive

At Bloomingdale’s, your honeymoon, wedding attire, and home goods are all just a scan away. With featured brands like All-Clad, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Ralph Lauren, Michael Aram, and Wedgwood, you can select houseware, furniture, and decor that are both functional and stylish. But the real perks of a registry at this heritage department store are all the added benefits: 20 percent off dresses, lingerie, and suiting for your wedding attire; honeymoon planning with the Travel Siblings; meetings with a personal consultant; invite-only events like spa days and cooking demos; bonus gifts from partner brands, and a 20 percent discount for six months.

Honeyfund


Why We Chose It

Skip the list-making and fees and make it easy for guests to contribute to your honeymoon plans — or simply give cold hard cash to use as you wish!

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • No fees for guests

  • Gift amounts can be applied to travel plans or other Honeyfund partners

  • Option for cash deposited to your bank account

  • Discounts available with partner brands

Cons
  • No option to make traditional gift wish list

  • Honeyfund takes a 3.5% + $0.59 fee from couples who receive cash gifts to their bank accounts

  • Some guests may be put off by cash gifting

Just want cash? Founded by a couple looking for help making their dream honeymoon a reality, Honeyfund is the easiest way for guests to give you funds for a honeymoon, down payment, or other cash savings goal. Use the platform to share details about your honeymoon so guests can allot their contributions toward airfare, activities, and tours, or drop in gift cards to popular hospitality brands. 

For other cash goals, guests can easily send money electronically that will be automatically deposited in your bank account, thanks to the company’s partnership with Paypal and Stripe. Check out Honeyfund’s partner deals, where you can get a serious discount for booking a post-wedding trip with Sandals, Waldorf Astoria, Fairmont, Expedia, Princess Cruises, and dozens more.

Crate & Barrel


Why We Chose It

Crate & Barrel remains hard to beat for classy, modern furnishings and home goods that you can register for in a single click.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • 15% completion discount

  • Access to design consultants

  • Broad selection of furnishings and housewares

  • Easy group gifting

Cons
  • Relatively expensive

  • No gifting cash or experiences

  • Only 90 days to return non-furniture items and further restrictions on furniture

Overview

If you’ve attended a wedding recently, you’ve probably purchased something from a Crate & Barrel registry. It’s one of the most popular registries for many reasons, not least of which is the brand’s selection of housewares, sleek furniture, and entertaining essentials—all at an affordable price. Fans of the brand will find registering a breeze, thanks to the one-click registries feature. These bundles of barware, bakeware, and bedding make creating the registry as easy as shopping from it. You can even browse real couples’ registries, finding inspiration from other duos just like you. The registry service comes with plenty of traditional perks, like a 15 percent newlywed discount and on-demand consultants available via online chat.

Neiman Marcus


Why We Chose It

Get the finer things in life with a Neiman Marcus registry — plus lots of wedding and honeymoon planning services.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Access to personal shoppers and planning assistance

  • 10% completion discount

  • 10% off Neiman Marcus catering services

Cons
  • Smaller completion discount than some competitors

  • Expensive

  • 30-day return policy

Overview

If you're looking for top-of-the-line dinnerware, fine linens, and beautiful table accessories, head to the Neiman Marcus wedding registry department. The Dallas-based retailer knows a thing or two about weddings, and they are happy to share nuptial services that go beyond just gifts. Registrants have access to bridal gown personal shoppers, travel assistants for destination wedding and honeymoon bookings, and 10 percent off Neiman Marcus catering services. The registry includes free shipping and returns, complimentary gift wrapping, and online tracking for thank-you notes, as well as a 10 percent registry completion discount.

Macy’s


Why We Chose It

Major discounts on wedding looks and personalized assistance make Macy's a great place to register.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Extensive catalogue of items

  • 25% off wedding-related clothes and accessories

  • Concierge services to help with your registry

  • 10-20% completion discount

Cons
  • Only 90 days after your wedding to return items

  • Some customers complained of logistics issues

The Macy’s Celebration Team will handle everything you need to put together the ultimate registry—including outfits for the honeymoon. With a huge selection of brands, products, and styles, Macy’s allows you to cross nearly everything off your list, from a toaster oven to a new bedroom set. 

Already a fan of Macy’s deals? You’ll get even more. With a Macy’s registry, you’ll receive up to 25 percent off wedding-related fashions, jewelry, and watches, plus additional discounts on popular big-ticket registry categories like appliances, mattresses, and furniture. As a perk for busy couples, Macy’s drops all the discounts into your online "wallet" when you register, logging Reward Dollars even for items purchased by your guests. Plus, you’ll get a newlywed bonus of 10 to 20 percent off the remaining registry items.

Walmart


Why We Chose It

Wal-Mart carries everything you need to start your new life together at hard-to-beat prices.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Broad selection of affordable gifts

  • In-app barcode scanner to add items while you shop in-store

  • More than 4,500 locations

Cons
  • Few specialty or unique items

  • No cash or experience gifts (aside from gift cards to Walmart)

  • On 90 days to return items

Overview

With more than 4,500 brick-and-mortar stores, complimentary in-store pickup, free next-day delivery, and an easy-to-use mobile app, a Walmart registry is the epitome of convenience. The superstore stocks housewares from beloved brands including The Home Edit, Beautiful by Drew Barrymore, and Queer Eye, and offers “love it” lists from celebrities like country music star Miranda Lambert. Use your smartphone and the Walmart app to add items while in-store. As a thank you, Walmart will provide you with printed registry cards to add to your invitation suite.

Slowdance


Why We Chose It

Many couples already have the home basics covered by the time they get married. If you're more interested in starting your collection of fine china and decor, Slowdance's expertly curated registry can help.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Unique and designer vintage goods

  • Wedding and registry guidance from curators

  • 20% completion discount for six months

  • Price matching

Cons
  • Expensive

  • Not a good option for stocking up on household basics

  • Strict return policy

Overview

Event planner Jung Lee throws epic weddings around the world and owns a home decor shop in New York City, so it’s safe to say taking her registry advice is a good idea. Slowdance offers a fresh approach to the classic registry service: Instead of focusing on everyday items, Slowdance is all about beautiful heirlooms. Stock your list with Hermés china, hand-blown Italian glass goblets, Baccarat crystal barware, and tons of home decor from her portfolio of independent designers. 

Knowing where to start can be overwhelming, which is why her team of curators—not salespeople—will guide you on how to incorporate these special items into your home. Plus, Slowdance includes 20 percent registry completion discount for six months, price matching, and (perhaps most helpful of all) free wedding planning advice from Lee's event company, Fête. 

Geary’s Beverly Hills


Why We Chose It

Start collecting iconic pieces to rival Hollywood with the help of Geary's registry and consultants.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Luxury good from china to gold chains

  • Personal guidance from expert consultants

  • Option to change your mind about items you registered for

  • "Gift Letter" process may be confusing

  • No cash refunds

  • Expensive for a somewhat limited selection

Overview

This luxury retailer in central Beverly Hills has long been a destination for shopping heritage home goods from brands like Christofle, Lalique, Bernardaud, Baccarat, Georg Jenson, and L’Object. Insiders know its registry is equally one of a kind. Registrants gain access to Geary’s massive catalog of high-end crystal, china, and decor (plus watches and jewelry), with guidance from personal consultants. What sets Geary’s further apart is the gift acceptance service: All purchased “gifts” are deposited as funds into your Geary’s account, so you can coordinate shipping of the item when it fits your schedule. It also makes it convenient to swap for other items at the store if you change your mind. The store credit never expires, so you really have forever to decide on which china pattern best fits your lifestyle.

Williams Sonoma


Why We Chose It

Want your wedding and registry to feel like a fantasy? Register with Williams Sonoma to shop the store alone with an expert guide.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Exclusive personal shopping experience

  • Go-to source for cookware and entertaining supplies

  • Can link "One Registry" with pottery barn and other sister brands

  • Free gifts with registry and some gift purchases

Cons
  • Doesn't carry furniture or other housewares

  • Personal shopping experience may not be feasible in some locations

  • Only 90 days to return gifts

Overview

Ready for a VIP shopping experience? Williams Sonoma will give you the store to yourself so you can curate a registry with professional-grade cookware and entertaining essentials—all with guidance from their in-house experts. For devoted foodies, it’s an obvious registry pick. Use the helpful app to keep your registry organized, and watch out for bonus gifts from partner brands and complimentary cooking demos at nearby stores. Plus, you’ll get a post-wedding discount of 10 percent off purchases for six months after the big day.

RH


Why We Chose It

Get the gift of a cozy, modern home with a registry at RH.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Extensive selection of furnishings and decor

  • Guests can purchase gift cards to be used toward items of your choosing

  • No expiration on your registry for you; two years of access for guests

Cons
  • Strict 30-day return policy

  • Sparse website with no concierge service

  • Relatively expensive

Overview

If your main registry goal is to outfit your home with everything from cozy couches to wall sconces, check out RH. Registries at the contemporary home furnishings company allow you to add items from the main RH collection, RH Modern, and RH Baby for a range of styles: Think faux-fur throws, dining room chandeliers, bar carts, outdoor loungers, original artworks, wool rugs, drapery, Italian bedding, and even robes and slippers.

CB2


Why We Chose It

Register with CB2 for tech-savvy help decorating your home with elevated modern furniture and accessories.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Personalized design-appointments

  • AR-assisted design previews

  • Registry remains active for 18 months

  • Free gift wrapping with personalized message

Cons
  • No specified completion discount

  • Limited to CB2's housewares

  • Relatively expensive

Overview

Whether you want a modern teapot, low-slung sofa, or Insta-worthy coupe glasses, check out CB2’s wedding registry. Popular among those who appreciate modern design—and the brand’s small-scale furniture that seems made especially for apartment dwellers—CB2 offers its chic flatware and kitchen goods, fantastical decor, and collaborations with Lenny Kravitz, Fred Segal, and Goop to newlyweds. Registrants have access to services like in-home design appointments with a pro and an AR-enabled mobile app to help you imagine how their more than 1,000 products will look in your own home.

Snowe


Why We Chose It

With the help of personal consultations, Snowe marries practicality and perfect party-hosting for registrants and guests, who both venefit from its discounts.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • 15% completion discount

  • 15% anniversary discount

  • Guests get a $20 discount on their own items with gift purchase

Cons
  • Relatively limited selection

  • Only 60 days for returns

Overview

Created with epic entertaining in mind, Snowe is a one-stop shop of refreshingly simple houseware designs made for living. The brand's ethos is to provide timeless, luxurious pieces without the premium price tag. Registrants have access to the brand's catalog of home essentials, one-on-one consultations with their in-house professionals, and a thank-you note manager for streamlining the gratitude process. Guests are treated to a $20 discount on an off-registry personal purchase and registrants receive a 15 percent completion discount on anything that remains. Plus, Snowe helps you commemorate your first anniversary with an additional 15 percent discount.

Over the Moon


Why We Chose It

Over The Moon combines a curated shop of home goods and apparel with flexible options to make cash gifts, donations or contribute to honeymoon activities.

Pros & Cons
Pros
  • Carries both housewares and fashion

  • Offers options for cash gifts or contributions to honeymoon funds and experiences

  • Store credit if you change your mind about a gift

Cons
  • No completion discount

  • Only 15 days to make returns, with approval

Overview

Over The Moon's dreamy aesthetic offers a picture-perfect curation of elevated cottage-core designs and preppy-chic heirlooms. The brand adequately positions their registry services towards couples wanting to "create a life well lived." From elegant houseware and monogram options to fashion and jewelry pieces that transition from bridal to beyond, the website offers a collection of hand-selected products from favorite brands and emerging artisans—as well as the option to add gifts from other stores into one master registry. Cash gifts, honeymoon or experience funds, and charitable donations are also available. Over The Moon helps you check off all the boxes, including a gift list and thank-you note manager, gift return conversion to store credit, and delivery options that keep all items in storage until you're ready to receive them.

Food 52


Why We Chose It

Food52 is the perfect place to register if you're newlywed goal is to make your kitchen worthy of a chef's kiss.

Pros & ProsCons
Pros
  • Massive selection of kitchen and pantry goods

  • 10% completion discount on any Food52 products for six months after wedding

  • Easy gift-tracking

Cons
  • No completion discount (aside from 10% off offer)

  • Only 30 days for returns with $9 fee

Overview

Foodie couples rejoice! If food is your love language, look no further than Food52's registry. The service includes access to their chef-approved staples from kitchen and dining essentials (and luxuries) to the coolest pantry items you could imagine. Beyond curating a personal must-have list, registrants receive a 10 percent discount for up to six months post wedding day.

Final Verdict

For a wedding registry that can hold all gift wishes, Zola is our top pick. This sleek but powerful website gives you tons of control over what you can add to your registry, so that your gifts are as personal as your big day. We also love perks like its completion discount. If you're already well-stocked on the basics, check out Slowdance's curated selection of heirloom items. Or, go for Honeyfund, because you can never go wrong with cash!

Methodology

We chose wedding registry sites that could fit a variety of needs, including some that will help couples start a new life together with reasonably priced home basics, those that offer special and unique items and registries that allow flexible options for gifting, like cash or funds toward experiences. We looked for positive reviews, easy-to-use websites and clear information on returns, discounts and fees.

Brides / Designed by Amelia Manley