From soups, to smoothies, and dips, make sure to register for a one-size-fits all blender that has many functions.
- Coffee machine
Because first, coffee.
- Invest in a Dutch oven
It’s one of the most versatile kitchen appliances.
Register for nice yet machine washable everyday napkins to replace your paper napkins and paper towels you are currently using.
- Flatware and china that coordinates and works well together from a utilitarian standpoint
There is nothing worse than forks and knives that constantly fall off your coupe china when clearing the table. Give your table settings a test run to make sure they gel together.
- Extra wine glasses
They will break often!
- A cordless drill
Probably more useful than most kitchen pieces.
A registry item you will never regret. Make sure to do extensive research, however, on the best brands available for you and your fiancé.
- Picture frames
Select some nice picture frames to display your wedding photos in.
- A carving set
A set of great and effective knives should definitely be on your wedding registry list. Knives are one of those things that you will not want to buy yourself but will use every day.
- Basic cookware set
Again, basic kitchen needs are always a yes.
Maybe we don’t need..
- Skip the fine china
Pick out really unique yet practical china that you will actually use everyday. We have heard from countless brides (including ourselves) that they wished the had asked for more everyday pieces than fancy china.
- Reconsider the juicer
Most take up a lot of space and are very cumbersome to clean.
- Don’t get too excited by the fancy panini maker or crepe machine
While they seem fun, you won’t use them enough to warrant space in your cabinets.
- Specialty glasses
Unless you’re constantly entertaining, how many margarita and specialty beer glasses do you actually need?