Items to Consider Adding to Your Bridal Registry

Setting up your bridal registry but aren’t sure which items to request? Here are some items to consider adding to your bridal registry that you might not have thought about.

There are some items to consider adding to your bridal registry that you might not have thought about when you began compiling your list. Whether you’ve yet to set up your requests or you’ve already made your list and feel like you are forgetting something that might be useful, there are some items to consider adding to your bridal registry that can come in handy when you start your new life together.

If you’re putting together a bridal registry, chances are you’re already taking note of the things you’d like to get. However, if you’re ready to set up your bridal registry and are clueless when it comes to the types of items to add to your list, here are some helpful gifts you can request:

Appliances—Appliances and accessories for the home are some of the most common types of gifts to request on a registry, and with good reason. Whether you’re buying a new home, moving into a new apartment, or are moving into one another’s existing home, you’ll likely need new things for the house, especially essentials, such as a blender, crock pot, coffee maker, or a new washer or dryer.

Bedding and Bathroom Accessories—New bedding, towels, sheets, curtains, or rugs are also items to consider adding to your bridal registry. Along with appliances, bedding and bathroom accessories will also come in handy even if you’re not moving into a new home. They will help spice up your existing decor and make your life together feel even more brand new.

Honeymoon luggage—Luggage to take with you on your honeymoon is often an overlooked need, but it’s something your guests can give you and have shipped to you before your big day or before you actually leave for the trip. Baggage essentials are more examples of items that are worth considering adding to your bridal registry for your wedding occasion.

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