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What Registry Items Are You Most Excited To Open? Here Are My Top 5

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Did you enjoy registering? I had mixed feelings about it. I'll admit that I was overwhelmed at committing to color schemes for everything from cast iron pots to stand mixers all in one weekend. But then, who doesn't love getting gifts? One of the more unexpected joys of being engaged has been watching as guests start... read more

Seen Our Wedding Registry Magazine Yet?

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The idea of registering for gifts is fun (it's like the ultimate shopping spree), but in practice, it actually requires more planning. Just how many wine glasses do you really need? And what's the difference between cast iron and aluminum cookware? Well, to help you put all of those questions to rest, we put together... read more

Chrissy Teigen Donated $100K To Charity For A Wedding Gift!

Newlyweds Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are still basking in the glow of their beautiful Sept. 14, 2013 wedding in Italy. However, Teigen received a gift that she wasn't expecting from billionaire philanthropist Stewart Rahr last week, according to the New York Daily News. Chrissy, John and Stewart attended the same Sports Illustrated...

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7 Registry Picks In Pantone’s Radiant Orchid

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Prepare for a purple, pink-tinged saturation! Pantone’s Color of the Year is radiant orchid, a rich jewel tone that’s described as a "surprisingly versatile shade." We think it adds the perfect pop of color to any home decor. Here are seven registry picks to inspire your list! Reversible Peace & Love Throw Pillow... read more

4 Foodie Wedding Gift Baskets Under $80

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A much-buzzed-about text message fight between a disgruntled newlywed and the wedding guest who gave a gift basket got us thinking: How does a guest on a budget give an inexpensive yet thoughtful gift? Here, four gift basket ideas that'll rock any foodie couple's world and keep your bank account in the black.... read more

10 Registry Items That Do Double Duty

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Here's a good rule to follow when you're registering for gifts: Find items that can serve more than one purpose. There are exceptions to the rule, but in general, this is a great way to ensure you don't end up with a lot of registry items that end up just cluttering... read more

5 Must-Know Tips to Registering for Your Wedding

Corelle dinnerware// From: The Knot Blog
Everyone talks about how stressful wedding planning can be and the top topics tend to include guest list dilemmas, budgeting and even drama with mom. But registering can prove stressful too! In fact, 3/4 of brides-to-be find the process overwhelming. You would think that registering would be fun because it’s kind of like... read more

5 Baking Gadgets For Your Registry

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Once you have the baking essentials on your wedding registry (I'm talking about a great set of measuring cups and spoons, muffin pans, cookie sheets, whisks and more), you might also want to add a few of these fun items. 1. A Cookie Press Get consistently sized cookies every time with this simple... read more

10 Clever Registry Items That’ll Make Life Easier

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Just a couple weeks ago, we scoured the home and housewares show (that's when all the major brands show off their newest products of the year) to find the most useful, surprising and just never-seen-that-before kind of ideas. Besides the fact that they're all so unique, they're also total time savers. Check it out! 1.... read more

The Cake Boss Has a New Dish and Bakeware Line!

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Big news! Buddy Valastro, the star of TLC’s Cake Boss, is launching his own line of dishes and bakeware this summer. And he’s put genius touches on baking basics -- like a cookie pan that shows you where to place each cookie so the dough doesn’t run together -- to make the art of baking... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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