Post # 1
I’ve got a bunch of little stuff that I’d like just for fun: a Le Creuset spoon rest, corn on the cob holders, trivets, etc.
I read on the other thread that some people don’t register for items under $50. Am I doing this wrong???
Post # 3
$12.00 for a Rock Climbing Tower ticket (HM registry) 🙂
Post # 4
Chip clips (they are so awesome!) at $1.99. 🙂
Post # 6
We registered for a $6.00 oyster knife!
Post # 7
No, I think they’re doing it wrong. It’s important to have items of all price points. I see nothing wrong with registering for pricier things but there needs to be less expensive stuff for guests to choose from.
Our cheapest item was the Butter Boy. I think it was $3.99 and we didn’t even get it! lol
Post # 8
@UpstateCait: Please tell me what a Butter Boy is. I’m intrigued!
Post # 9
@RoundSolitaire: It’s this awesomely handy little guy who you shove a stick of butter in and use it to butter your corn…
Post # 10
@MrsLongcoatPeacoat: We received a Le Creuset spoon rest at a shower and we LOVE it. It’s one of our favorite wedding gifts :). I think it was the cheapest “by itself” item, although we had things like $9 salad bowls that the entire set of 8 requested was purchased.
Post # 11
I registered for kitchen towels so that would be the cheapest.
I don’t necesarily like registering for cheaper stuff though. I mean you can buy it on your own and normally cheaper things don’t last as long. I think wedding presents shoud be quality, long lasting things.
Post # 12
.95 cent tulip cookie cuttter
Post # 13
@PinkMagnolia: That’s a good point; I hadn’t thought of it that way.
I have to re-visit my registry now…
Post # 14
@PinkMagnolia: True but there should also be things available for guests who may not be able to spend a lot. Even $20-$25 is too much for some. One of our shower gifts was $15 and that’s all the attendee gave (which I’m obviously totally fine with).
Post # 15
Pot holders. I think they were about $10. Someone already bought them off the registry.
Post # 16
The majority of our items were probably under $50. Our least expensive were our napkin rings at $2.50 or so a piece.