Click Your Way To Bridal Registry Bliss -- 7 Sites To Register With Now

February 2, 2011 by Adrienne Rayski
shefinds | Weddings

Setting up your wedding registry should be one of the most enjoyable parts of the planning process. If you haven’t decided where to register yet, consider these options — most will let you make your picks right from their sites, unless you simply can’t resist an in-store scanner.

1. Macy’s

Macy’s is a classic choice for all things home. Their collection features everything from bedding and bath to sturdy kitchenware, such as the Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Round French Oven, 9 Qt. ($304.99), guaranteed to last through a lifetime of cooking.

2. Z Gallerie

Z Gallerie has a wide selection of well-priced wall art, and we’re especially loving this Mimosa Bedding in Aquamarine ($39.95 to $169.95).

3. Brookstone

MAX2 Dual Node Percussion MassagerBrookstone is one of those stores that’s filled with items you’d love to have but feel guilty buying for yourself. Take this Dual Node Percussion Massager ($199.95), for example — what better time to ask for a gift meant to spoil you and your new spouse just a little bit?

4. CB2

If you need a pop of color – or any perfectly priced home decor, furniture, or more – CB2 is your spot. This CB2 in bloom rug ($349) is our pick; brighten any room with this vibrant piece.

5. Uncommon Goods


The adorable Uncommon Goods stands true to its name with exceptionally unique items, such as this Personalized Couple Wall Art ($152), handmade to your specification. Choose from other fun items like drinking glasses, cool desk accessories, and more.

6. Bloomingdale’s

If you live in an apartment but still want a full-blown espresso machine, this Nespresso “Citiz” Single ($350) is perfect. It’s sleek enough for city-dwellers who need their daily caffeine dose.

7. Villeroy & Boch Tableware

V&B Tableware

This centuries-old fine crystal and tableware maker has elegant styles you’ll want to pull out for all your best occasions. We love the mix and match patterns for these fine dinner, bread and butter, and soup plates ($11.50 per plate and up).

Keep following BRIDEfinds for more ideas to ease the wedding planning process. Our guides on bridal accessories, wedding decor, and wedding dresses are smart places to start.


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