Registry Wish List

Happy Friday! Isn’t it so great to wake up and realize it’s Friday? I have Monday off so it’s a nice long weekend for me. Especially since I have my bridal shower this weekend! I am heading to my hometown for all of my girlfriends and family friends. I cannot wait!

Here are some of the items on my registry I am most excited about:

A dutch oven. I think dutch ovens are so versatile. What other cooking tool can you use on the stove and in the oven? I cannot wait to make tasty soups and meats with this!

A panini press. I’m not a huge fan of electrical kitchen items, but this is one I really wouldn’t mind having. My goal is to learn to make my favorite panini:  Panera’s Frontega Chicken. It’s so delicious.

My  place settings from Crate and Barrel. I thought about getting a colorful set, but there’s something so timeless and classic about white.

This adorable cake stand.

These fancy-looking napkin rings, which really are just $3 a piece.

Bedding for our guest room from Pottery Barn.

A salad spinner! I make salads with almost every dinner and it would be so handy to have a salad spinner to do the job of cleaning the lettuce for me.

The Kitchen Aid Mixer. I know I am 25 years old and don’t really need this item, a hand mixer does just fine. But ever since I started baking when I was a teenager, I have always wanted one!

So there’s my registry wish list. I’ll let you know what I end up getting this weekend. ;) Have a wonderful day!

(photos from: Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Williams Sonoma, and Macy’s)

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  • Panera’s Frontega Chicken is where it’s at! I stopped eating meat about five months ago, and I was so sad about not getting to eat it, but now they’ve offered to make a meat-free version for me!

    Beautiful things, good choices!

  • Ohhhh so pretty! I love all of it! I agree, dishes in white are timeless, they’ll never NOT match your decor, so you can change everything up. Plus, don’t people eat less on white plates, or was that black?