(Closed) Registering for everyday *and* formal china – is this too much?

posted 5 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 2
1669 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014 - Church

afineskyline:  I don’t think so. If you are going to use both then it’s fine. Your registry should have things on it that both you and your Fiance want for your home.

Post # 3
1553 posts
Bumble bee

Seems perfectly reasonable to me!

Post # 4
343 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

afineskyline:  We registered for both. Our everyday “China” is just the Macy’s line and is quite inexpensive and plain white. The fine China we picked is  Kate Spade, and we are mixing 2 patterns together so we registered for each piece individually. I guess it actually works out better because, like you said, guests can buy what they feel like and not necessarily an entire place setting. So far we’ve received a serving platter from our fine China and nothing from our every day China haha. 

Post # 5
6524 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

afineskyline:  don’t worry about putting an expensive item on the registry. if you get it, great, if not thats okay too. 

What some people might do is “group gift” you might get a bunch of people to chip in on an expensive item. OR some people might just get you a  giftcard to the store you are registered at. 

I didn’t put china on mine bc I couldn’t find a set I liked. SO I plan to get one later on if I should ever find something I do like. 

We did put a DYson vacuum on our registry, ($600). We didn’t get it, but we got so many giftcards and cash to cover the vacuum, so we were able to purchase it!

Post # 6
3870 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

afineskyline:  I think it’s perfectly fine, if not expected. The lady at BBB was dumbfounded that we weren’t registering for “fine china” as well as every day china. 

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