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The best places to register for wedding gifts

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One of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding is putting together your gift registry. However, with so many places to choose from, it’s hard to decide which one is best for your special day. With many brick-and-mortar stores offering their inventory online, it’s easier than ever to get exactly what you want, while still providing convenience to your guests.

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Where should you register for wedding gifts?

To help you keep your wedding planning as productive as possible, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to register for your wedding gifts.


The Williams-Sonoma wedding registry is perfect for items that suit any room in your home, but they’re also known for doing a great job with kitchen appliances and cookware. 

  • Pros: You don’t need to feel bad about including big-ticket items on your registry here, as guests will have the option to contribute to a gift card for pricier items. These gift cards can also be used at West Elm and Pottery Barn!
  • Cons: The only obvious drawback with this option is that if guests make an in-store purchase, it can take up to 48 hours to update on your list.

To get started, simply set up a virtual appointment on their website or attend a private shopping event. You’ll gain access to gift-tracking tools, digital checklists, and curated collections for inspiration.

Crate & Barrel

The Crate & Barrel wedding registry offers a plethora of options for engaged couples, and you can get started online or right from their app.

  • Pros: Get 15% off anything on your registry that wasn’t purchased for up to six months after your wedding. Your list will also stay active for up to 18 months after your nuptials, so don’t worry about late gifters!
  • Cons: The options here are very traditional, so it might not be a good fit if you’re looking for experience and other unique gift offerings.

If you want a slightly similar but more affordable option, the Bed Bath & Beyond wedding registry offers a range of stylish items and appliances for every part of the home.


It should come as no surprise that the Target wedding registry is a favorite among soon-to-be brides and grooms. You’ll be able to stock up on tons of your favorite items, and know that you’re offering a range of affordable options to your guests.

  • Pros: Return items for up to one year after purchase.
  • Cons: Smaller selection than other retailers, like the Amazon wedding registry.

If you’re looking for something budget-friendly, you should also consider the Walmart wedding registry.


If you’re looking for a traditional department store experience, the Macy’s wedding registry has all that you need, at a price point you won’t feel guilty about.

  • Pros: Macy’s offers virtual one-on-one consultations, lets you earn rewards as your guests shop, and provides the convenience of in-store or online shopping.
  • Cons: If you’re looking for high-end luxury items, you might feel limited with their selection.


When it comes to your wedding, if you stay true to yourself, you can never go wrong. After all, this day is all about you, and your gift registry should reflect the type of future you envision.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited before you make any big purchases for your wedding. You can get excellent product protection coverage for all your items under the same plan, allowing you to relax and focus on your big day.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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