5 Genius Places You Didn’t Know You Could Register for Your Wedding
When it comes to registering for your wedding, you’re probably aware of the usual suspects: your Williams-Sonomas, your Crate & Barrels, your Bed Bath & Beyonds. But did you know that you could register at, say, SoulCycle? That, and four other surprising places you can register below.
Are you and your fiancé fitness addicts (real-life or wannabe)? Wedding registry destination Zola has a super-exciting partnership with SoulCycle, the indoor cycling cult empire where you can register for class packs so you and your guy can get your sweat on in tandem. [Insert joke about being SOULmates here.] Just a heads-up that this one isn’t available everywhere, but it is an option in 12 major cities from NYC and L.A. to Dallas and Seattle.
We told you about this a few weeks ago, but we’re still not over it. Domino’s (yes, the pizza chain) now has a wedding registry that’s perfect for couples who—in its words—“prefer delicious melty cheese to crystal gravy boats.” Will we realistically register for Cinna Stix and cheesy bread? Probably not, but it’s delightfully entertaining to know that’s an option.
Have you guys dreamed about a trip to Cartagena for forever but have never actually started planning? This could be just the jump-start you need. Zola also offers couples the option to register with Airbnb, for gift cards worth $100, $300 or $500 to put toward a few nights in that absurdly beautiful Colombian oasis you spotted.
Do you live for macramé plant hangers? Have you owned more than three twee houseplants in your life? Are you getting married in a flower crown? If so, an Etsy wedding registry is perfect for you. Register here for all the small-batch, handmade trinkets your craft-loving heart desires.
More of an arty couple? Consider registering at the Museum of Modern Art’s store, which is jam-packed with gorgeously designed housewares, stunning art books (we’re obsessed with this Cindy Sherman tome), artist prints and other accoutrements that will thrill any design nerd.