The Top 5 Kitchen Items on Wedding Registries, According to Bed Bath & Beyond
Whether this wedding season will see you planning a ceremony or just attending a shower, the chances are pretty high that you’ll be using a wedding registry in some capacity over the next several months. While a well-thought-out registry includes items for the whole home, registering for the right kitchen items is key to ensuring you have everything you need to cook dinner for your new mother-in-law, bake a cake for your best friend’s birthday, and host a game-day gathering.
According to Bed Bath & Beyond, these are the top 5 kitchen items couples add to their wish list:
This kitchen essential comes with a 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl and 10 speed settings. Plus, it's available in 25 color options. We think this kitchen tool is worth the investment and deserves a spot on everyone’s wedding registry.
In addition to being made from three layers of metal that quickly and evenly distribute heat, this cookware set comes with flat glass lids and is designed to neatly stack together in order to maximize storage space in your kitchen.
This 6-quart multi-cooker functions as 10 appliances in one: pressure cooker, sous vide, sauté pan, slow cooker, rice cooker, food warmer, yogurt maker, cake maker, stock pot, and steamer.
Bake, serve, and store all in one container with this Pyrex set. Multifunctional pieces are ideal for easy cleanup and saving space.
The Auto-IQ programs on the Ninja Kitchen System have pausing and pulsing patterns that will deliver the ideal consistency at the touch of a button. In addition to a pitcher for mixing, it also includes a blend and prep bowl, and two Nutri Ninja cups.
If you’re newly engaged and planning your registry, Bed Bath & Beyond is currently offering a special deal to make registering a little more fun. Couples who register between now and March 18 can receive $100 in My Funds Rewards once $500 in gifts are purchased from their registry. Family and friends will have six months from the promotion close date of March 18 to purchase from the registry in order for couples to collect their rewards.
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What would you say is a must-have kitchen item on a wedding registry?