(Closed) How Many Items Are On Your Registry And What Are Your Top 10 Items?

posted 7 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
334 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

We are registered at BB&B and Bloomingdales – together 148 items for 120 people. Most items are between $20-$80. We haven’t picked out everyday dishes yet (that will add a lot of items!), and we’re thinking of later also doing an amazon registry.

My favorites include….

– Fine china (I just love it!)

– Turkey roaster (I’ve never made a turkey, but I feel like this gadget will help me so much)

– Weird magnets :p

I guess I’m not very particular about most items, although I can vouch that every one of them would be a helpful addition to our future household. Fiance is really excited about kitchen knives. 

Post # 4
109 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Registered for about 260 items between 2 stores. Prices range from $4-$300.  About 300 invited guests. 

Fave items?

Monique Lhuillier Etoille china settings

Garment steamer

Beertender for the hubby (and his beer mugs)

Fiesta dinnerware in 4 different colors

K-cup carousel (for my coffee addiction)

Post # 5
1036 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I think that we have 87 items, and are also asking for GC’s to a local furniture store.  Top wishes:

1. Furniture (or enough GC’s to get us almost all the way there)

2. Bedding ensemble

3. Bathroom ensemble

4. Pub table

5. Lamps


Post # 6
2584 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Oh wow, now I feel like I have nothing!

We have about 60 items between Target and Kohl’s, with about 130 invited. We keep deleting things too… we’ve lived on our own before and keep needing our own things, but since we’re young most of it’s new anyway! I have no idea what else to register for. Our range is about $5 to I think $300.

My favorites:

Stand Mixer

Espresso maker for Fiance

Fun kitchen gadgets that I’m too cheap to buy on my own because I don’t use them enough, lol

Post # 7
542 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

We have 1 registry with 110 items on it. (Low amount of items, I guess!)

1. Fine China (Waterford Kilbarry)

2. Silverware Set

3. Dyson Vacuum

4. Luggage

5. Bed-in-a-bag

Post # 8
221 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

My BBB consultant said you should take the number of guests you’ve invited to the wedding and multiply that by two (because who’s going to just buy you one towel?).  I’ve only registered at BBB and hadn’t finished.  Fiance and I had an interesting time while registering.  It went something like this:

FI didn’t understand why you needed more than two towels. 

Fiance:  “it’s not like you use more than two towels at a time now do you?”  and “they have to match?  What?  I thought I could just pick out my favorite color/design and they would all somehow “fit” together!” 

I’m glad it finally got easier once we got the kitchen stuff…there was less color picking in that section.  Except for plates/dish

Fiance: ”why do we need plates we have plenty of plates”

Me: “yes, babe we have plenty of hand me down plates.  This is the time where we can get the once that ‘match’ our décor” 

Fiance:  “What??? There’s that ‘matching’ word again…I don’t get it!”


Post # 9
792 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@MsNarwhal: We must have similar taste, I love my kitchen aid so freaking much AND I’ve recently started to gather le creuset kitchenware also in cobalt, I LOVE the colour!

Post # 10
1137 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

i know registry is a usual thing to do in the US but i still seems bizzare to me, i suppose it’s only telling people what you would like as a gift, over in the uk you usually end up with 10+ photo frames, 6 photo albums and a couple of toasters, some of you mentioned you don’t yet live with your Fiance so i suppose it make a lot of sense. 

i would like to wander round a store with the gun thingy scanning all the things i would love to own that would be cool

Post # 11
374 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

238 items across 3 registries

favorite items were the china, kitchen aid stand mixer (obvi) capresso coffee maker/grinder (sO excited for this one!) and hand mixer. i like to cook so i’m excited for all that. i’m really hopeful i get the crystal giftware i registered for too but not getting my hopes up!

Post # 12
2584 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@TxsAggieBride: But what do you register for?? Lol. We have about 130 invited and we have 60 items on the registry, not counting the popcorn maker my parents decided to give us now, and the toaster I need to buy now. And I bought a few other things I need, so it will be even less! I don’t know what else to register for. We’ve gone through lists, we’ve registered for newer versions of things we have… but still, not a lot we need.

Post # 13
221 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Honestly, I’m not sure what else to register for.  We aren’t even close either. 

My friend’s Fiance wanted to register for a blue-ray DVD player, and I think she’s letting him do it.  What the heck, right?  Another suggestion is to register for honeymoon activities.  I’ve seen people register for a snorkling excursion, jungle tour, or even room service, etc.  You can even split them up so that for example two people are chipping in to buy the excursion.  Just some ideas to tinker with.

Post # 14
3374 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I have about 75 gifts on there.

1) kitchenaid mixer

2) china

3) silverware

4) le cruesets

5) Cuisinart chopper

Everything else on there is relatively inexpensive.

Post # 15
7 posts
  • Wedding: August 2012

I prepared different categories for my registry…..like…
Kitchen appliances
Table  Linens
Bed and Bath…..

And then selected the gifts for each categories……..
This way its easy for me to put what i need and for guests also to have options to choose from……

Post # 16
455 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

We have 197 items at Bed, Bath, and Beyond and 73 items at Macy’s for 200 guests.  I’m sure I will tweak the registries as it gets closer to my shower.  Items ranging from very low priced to the Dyson vacuum at $519.  I’m not expecting anybody to actually buy the Dyson… but, we’ll see!

My favorite items:

  1. Kitchenaid Stand Mixer
  2. Mikasa China in Antique White (for everyday)
  3. Calphalon Cookware Set
  4. 630 Thread Count Sheets (2 sets)
  5. Dansk Canoe Bowl

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