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Wedding Registries can be overwhelming. Do you really need ALL that stuff? Most of the things I found on registry checklists I already had or knew I’d never use.
Before adding a bunch of random things, make sure you’re actually adding things that you will use! Here are some of the things we chose.
Amazon Wedding Registry:
Amazon had pretty much everything that we wanted for our registry. It also makes it easier for friends and family as many people already use and love Amazon! I’ve tried to outline things by category below for you.
KitchenAid Stainless Steel Bowl – I use my KitchenAid constantly (if I didn’t have one I’d for sure register for one!) Having another bowl is going to be so helpful!
Silpat Baking Sheets – I love these and use them all the time!
Stainless Steel KitchenAid Beater – If you do get a KitchenAid, register for one that has stainless steel paddle/whisk/bread hook. The enamel ones chip.
Adjustable Rolling Pin – My gram has this and I’ve always loved using it! It makes rolling out sugar cookies a breeze and ensures they’re all the same thickness.
People commonly ask about our pots and pans. This is the set we currently have, but they’re nonstick which I don’t love.
All Clad d3 Stainless Steel Pots & Pans Set – We have been waiting to get these pots and pans for years. They’re IMO, the best pans. No nonstick coating and they have amazing reviews.
Pasta Pot – This is something Tyler wanted. I don’t think it’s totally necessary, but he eats a lot of pasta 😉
Cast Iron Skillet– We have been wanting a nice cast iron skillet and this one had great reviews!
We are container obsessed here and I’m constantly using (or let’s be honest.. losing, or breaking..) my glass containers. You can really never have too many.
Meal Prep Containers (We got 36 oz and 30 oz)
Stasher Bags – These are our favorite for traveling/storing little things in the fridge. We registered for a bundle because we use them so often.
I didn’t plan to add organizing related things to our registry, but when browsing on Amazon I came across these and I’m SUPER excited about them. I think they’re going to make our kitchen much tidier!
Stackable Black Wire Bins – For potatoes/root veggies. Right now they’re all just scattered in a cabinet
Lazy Susan Cabinet Organizer – For olive oil/cans/spices
OXO 10 Piece Pop Top Containers – Planning to use these for nuts/seeds/flours (all the individual bags drive me crazy!)
Tea/Sugar Organizer – Planning to use this for tea – our tea/coffee cabinet is a mess and I thought this would be helpful (and cute!)
I don’t love a ton of gadgets/clutter around me – but these all made the cut!
iRobot -Something we’ve been wanting for years. With two dogs.. I’m constantly vacuuming our floors (We have and use a Dyson – HIGHLY recommend!)
Food Vacuum Sealer – Tyler is super excited to use this for marinating/preserving food.
Clothes Steamer – Can I be honest? We don’t have or use an iron. This is going to be so nice to have!
Dyson Air Purifier – This is one of our favorite gifts that we received. It really makes a difference in the air quality in our room!
YETI Cooler – This was something Tyler wanted. IMO, totally unnecessary and also overpriced… but I let him put it on there.
Other gadgets we currently have/use/love: Dyson , KitchenAid Mixer
We absolutely LOVE our mattress from Happsy, but we needed new sheets. I’d also love new bedding but I haven’t decided on a comforter yet.
Organic Cotton Sheets – We got these in Light & Dark Grey. They’re AWESOME! So soft and comfy.
Organic Cotton Towels – These are super soft but aren’t extremely absorbent. Still would recommend them!
Throw Blanket – I thought this would be cute for our room.
These don’t really fit into any category, but we’re excited for all of them!
Pizza Paddle – For backyard pizza nights!
Cutting Boards – We wanted some new boards for veggies
Butcher Block Cutting Board – Awesome for meats (Ty is excited about this!)
New Crockpot – My crockpot was so old and worn that the lining was starting to wear off.
Lodge Cast Iron Holder – For our Dutch Oven & Cast Iron Skillet
Cheese Board & Knife Set – My friend Sam had this and I loved it!
Red Wine Glasses & White Wine Glasses are the BEST wine glasses. We have had them for over a year and they have yet to chip. We put them in our dishwasher and they’re so sturdy. My sweet friend Rachel at Little Chef Big Appetite gifted these to us!
Crate & Barrel Wedding Registry
We also are registered at Crate & Barrel for our dinnerware and some serving pieces.
Le Creuset Heritage Rectangle Dish Set
Things we already have but would recommend for a Wedding Registry:
These products are ones that I 100% can not live without and use multiple times a week (if not every day!) They make cooking my favorite healthy meals easier and quicker… check them out!
Food Processor (Under $20): One of the most time consuming parts of cooking is chopping. This food processor cuts that time down to SECONDS!
A food processor is necessary for any kitchen. The Black & Decker Chopper is a great cheap option (less than $20), but if you’re looking for something a little fancier I also have a Cuisinart Mini-Prep Plus Food Processor. Both get the job done just fine 🙂
Crock pot (Under $40): If you don’t have a crock pot/slow cooker you need to get one… right now. I have had this Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker for years and I use it at least once a week.
If you hate wasting time in the kitchen and standing by the stove.. you need to get one!
ChopStir (Less than $10) – If you cook ground turkey, beef, chicken, or sausage – you need this. No more splattering meat/oil all over the stove trying to break it apart with a wooden spoon.
This tool allows you to break up meat into small pieces so that it evenly cooks. Game. Changer!
Olive Oil Sprayer (Less than $20)– I use this EVERY day. Seriously. Best invention ever. You can refill it with your oil of choice and it cuts back on waste because you’re not constantly buying spray oils.
I’ve had mine for years – it is better than any other sprayer out there. DO NOT buy the Misto brand.. quite honestly, they suck and don’t work well.
Citrus Juicer (Less than $36) We LOVE our Pampered Chef citrus juicer. You can find knock offs for cheaper, but they don’t work as well – fair warning!) This makes juicing citrus for meals like pad thai or desserts like lemon blueberry bread quick and easy.
No more fishing out lemon seeds from whatever dish you’re making – it catches all the seeds and prevents that!
A little tip – if you microwave your citrus fruits for about 15-20 seconds (or until they get a little warm) you will get a lot more juice out of them, and they’ll be easier to squeeze.
The Best Kitchen Knife (Under $175) Ok, I know… $175 for a kitchen knife SEEMS steep… but I swear this knife is worth every single penny. I use this knife for everything. All day, every day – this is my go to kitchen knife. (It can even cut through a spaghetti squash with EASE!)
It’s small enough to easily handle/control – but sharp enough to cut through literally ANYTHING. This is the only kitchen knife you need. Cutco knives have a lifetime guarantee – and if you find a local rep they’ll sharpen them whenever you need/want. I’ve had mine for over a year though and haven’t had to sharpen them yet!
Measuring Cups/Spoons (Less than $10) Every chef needs a good set of measuring cups. These collapsable measuring cups are great because they take up minimal space in your kitchen cabinets!
Silpat Baking Sheet (Less than $20) – I use these all the time for everything from baking cookies to making Healthy Chicken Tenders. They’re great because they’re non stick, and you’re not constantly wasting foil/parchment paper!
Spiralizer (Under $25) This Tri-Blade Spiralizer is hands down one of my favorite kitchen tools. If you are paleo, Whole30, gluten-free, low carb, like veggies, enjoy having fun with your food, or love to eat delicious meals (AKA any/every one).. you need this.
The spiralizer is awesome because it allows you to take veggies and turn them into pasta! It’s WAY easier to use than any of the handheld ones. I’ve had mine for almost 8 years now and it has held up great!
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