To Have & To Hold: Christina’s Wedding Registry TipsJanuary 18, 2017
You’re engaged?! Congrats! You’ve happily picked the one, and now we’d love to help you pick the what. Building a registry can be as stressful as it is fun: starting from scratch and finding all the items you think you might need and cherish. Which plates? With which serveware? What’s a charger, again? To help you sort through the pick-and-choose process, we asked some of our in-house experts and favorite tastemakers for their top tips. First up is Christina, our just-married director of customer styling.
“When it comes to the kitchen, select a color story but don’t worry about matching. I chose white and blue, then added warm pops of copper and wood to bring in my husband’s style for a look that felt like ‘ours.'”
“Getting married in my 30s, I already had many of the dining essentials covered, so registering was a chance to layer in artful, unexpected pieces.”
“Take this opportunity to mix up your linen closet and add interesting textures and quality fabrics. There’s nothing like a cozy, beautiful bed!”
“Don’t be afraid to include artwork on your registry. You’ll enjoy it every day, and it will serve as a reminder of your wedding.”
“One of my favorite gifts was the Mobile Canvas Bin—such a clever, chic way to store everything from linens to gardening tools!”
“Monograms are a registry classic! The Cachet Hooks made my list.”
“There are a lot of photos in your near future, so consider a lovely frame or two.”
“There isn’t a rule that says registry items have to be practical, so have a little fun and use it as a chance to reflect your lifestyle as a couple. We love spending time in the garden, and a hammock came in handy after the stress of planning a wedding!”
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