8 Things You’re Probably Forgetting to Register For
When you’ve got a million wedding to-dos on your plate, registering can feel like just another logistical thing, which is why it’s so easy to leave an essential or two off the list. That’s why we’ve pulled together a handful of commonly forgotten items to help even the most together bride. Pssst, just because a store doesn’t have a registry option doesn’t mean you can’t add it to your list. (Thanks, Zola!)
A High-End Camera
Sure, you use your iPhone camera for everything, but when you’re honeymooning in South Africa, it might be nice to snap higher-quality pics with a DSLR.
You shelled out $3,000 for a fancy photographer—it only makes sense that you register for a few fancy frames (or framing services) to display your pics.
Kate Spade New York ($60)
A Vacuum Cleaner
Ugh, no one wants to register for something chore-related, but trust us, it will quickly become the item you use the most.
Summer brides probably assembled their registry in the winter when grilling season was the last thing on their brain. Opt for an indoor/outdoor option so you can use it easily, rain or shine.
George Foreman ($100)
A reminder to think beyond the kitchen: Online sites make it easy to digitally curate (then register for) all the walls in your home.
Artfully Walls (Prices vary)
Ideally, someone will gift you this ahead of the wedding so you can carry your new bags with you on your honeymoon.