As newlyweds embark on their journey to build a home together, there is no doubt that the process can be both exciting and overwhelming. With endless options and decisions to make, it can be easy to overlook some of the essential items that every home needs.
That’s why creating a registry for your new home can be a game-changer. Not only does it provide a way for loved ones to contribute to building your new nest, but it also ensures that you have all the necessary home buys to help you start your new life together.
From the coziest bedding to the most practical kitchen appliances, there are a few must-have home buys that every newlywed couple should add to their registry. Whether you’re a minimalist at heart or a decor enthusiast, this list of essentials will make your new space feel like home after you say “I do.”
A kitchen that is equipped with convenient appliances is a must-have when setting up your new home. Consider adding appliances such as a blender, a toaster oven, a stand mixer, and a coffee maker to make meal prep and cooking more convenient. By adding these kitchen appliances to your registry, you’ll be able to create delicious meals with ease and enjoy your time together in the kitchen.
Cookware and Bakeware Set
Cookware and bakeware are essential items for any newlywed couple’s registry. High-quality pots and pans are versatile and can be used for a variety of cooking methods, from sautéing to boiling to frying. Stainless steel and cast iron are durable materials that can withstand high temperatures and frequent use.
Non-stick pans are also popular and make for easy cleanup. Bakeware, including cake pans, cookie sheets, and muffin tins, is important for any couple that enjoys baking. Look for sturdy and versatile options that can handle a variety of recipes. With a well-stocked kitchen, newlyweds can enjoy cooking and baking together for years to come.
Dinnerware and Glassware
If you plan to host, be sure to register for a matching set of dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, glassware and silverware, including a good set of knives. Having a set of matching plates, bowls, and glasses can make any meal feel special. When selecting dinnerware, consider your personal and entertaining needs. A set of 8-12 place settings is usually sufficient for most couples.
For glassware, choose a variety of sizes and shapes for water, wine, and cocktails. Quality materials like porcelain or bone china for dinnerware and lead-free crystal for glassware can add a touch of elegance to any table setting.
Bedding and Linens
To create a tranquil bedroom ambiance, aim to use soft and comfortable bedding and linens. You can add a comfortable mattress, pillows, sheets, duvet covers, and towels to your registry to make your bedroom cozy and ensure a good night’s sleep.
Home appliances — i.e. a vacuum cleaner, iron, or a washer and dryer — are a must for newlyweds. These appliances can make performing household chores more manageable, making a big difference in the daily lives of newlyweds.
Creating a registry for your new home as newlyweds is an exciting opportunity to build the foundation for a warm and welcoming space. By considering both practical and indulgent items, you can create a space that reflects both of your unique styles and needs as a couple. As you embark on this new chapter together, take the time to curate a registry that will enhance your home for years to come.
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by Stephanie Taylor | January 20, 2023
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