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10 Things Every Couple Forgets To Put On Their Wedding Registry
There is perhaps nothing more satisfying than being handed a scan gun and told to shop to your heart’s desire–for free!
Such is the beauty of the wedding registry. However, even if you go to your local Macy’s armed with a list of essentials for which to register, there are still a few things you and your husband-to-be will forget to scan. Sure, you’ll remember the KitchenAid mixer and the Vitamix, but what about the less sexy home goods? Did you remember those? We’re guessing not.
Take a look at the slideshow for 10 items you and your fiancé need to register for right now.
Storage Containers: You registered for all of the pretty gifts, but did you remember to register for containers in which to store them? We love wicker storage baskets because they’re classy and cozy.
Food Storage Containers: With all those new kitchen appliances you registered for, you’ll be cooking up a storm. Don’t forget to register for plastic or glass containers in which to store the leftovers.
Toaster: This humble kitchen appliance often gets overlooked in the sea of juicers, stand mixers, and other fancy gadgets at the kitchen supply store, but it’s more than necessary, so don’t forget to put it on your list!
Vacuum Cleaner: Keep your home dust and dander free! Register for a vacuum cleaner so you can actually clean your rugs and carpet instead of just Swiffer dusting around them.
Pillows: Pillows need to be replaced every few years, so ditch the ones you’ve been using since college and register for fluffy new ones
Hangers: When you’re married in the city, closet space becomes precious. Committing to use one style of hanger will save space and create a polish look.
Sleep Sound Machine: If you and your spouse didn’t live together prior to getting married, it takes awhile to get used to sleeping with another human being and his/her sounds (snoring and teeth grinding, we’re looking at you). Register for a sound machine to drown out the noise and get some sleep.
Can Opener: Like the toaster, the can opener is a lowly kitchen appliance that gets more everyday use than you would think, so be sure to register for a good one
Extra Set of Dishes: Even if you live somewhere where space is at a premium, register for one more set of dishes than you think you’ll need. This way, when one inevitably breaks or chips, you’ve got backup.
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