(Closed) What should I register for for my Bridal Shower?

posted 8 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
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185 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I am in the same situation you are. We also did a honeymoon registry. For my bridal shower I have gone with three different stores: Amazon, Bed Bath and Beyond and Crate and Barrel. I looked for things to use when I entertain (which I hope to do in the future) like little bowls for snacks, serving plates and cheese knives. I also registered for some very nice wine glasses that could easily replace the plain ones we have (which are fine but not fancy). I also put in some cooking items like a hand blender. It wasn’t easy but it is not for a lot of people so you don’t have to think up too much. I know these things will not excite you like the honeymoon registry. That’s why, for us, our honeymoon registry is on the wedding website and the other registries will only go out for the bridal shower.

Post # 5
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529 posts
Busy bee

Have you tried a Universal Registry? Like Amazon or Wishpot? This might help avoid the “registring at ten places”

Post # 6
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216 posts
Helper bee

Some things I didn’t necessarily need, but was glad to have were:

a water filter (or refills if you have, as they can be expensive)

fire/water-proof safe (for important documents)

soymilk maker

ice cream maker

carbon monoxide detector

salad spinner

extra sheets & bath towels (you can always use these!)

airmatress (?? for guests?)

portable space heater

Post # 8
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’m in the same situation, we’ve lived together for 1.5 years now, so combine we’ve already gotten rid of and upgraded most everything we need. I have towels on mine (can never have enough new towels), luggage, luggage tags, picture frames, “mr. and mrs” flip flops, can koozies for the reception, luggage tags (all from Target).

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