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Majority of the engaged couples register for this kitchenware item, study shows

“The registry journey is an exciting part of the wedding planning where couples tend to talk about their personal styles, values and what their future looks like if they decide on the products, the experience and the funds that they want to start their new life together,” said Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor in chief of The Knot, the most popular wedding site in the United States.
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Creating a registry can be one of the most fun parts of planning a wedding – and these are the most popular gifts to newly-weds desire.

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“The registry journey is an exciting part of the wedding planning where couples tend to talk about their personal styles, values and what their future looks like if they decide on the products, the experience and the funds that they want to start their new life together,” said Kristen Maxwell Cooper, editor in chief of The Knot, the most popular wedding site in the United States.

However, it seems most American couples share that same personal style – at least according to The Knot Wedding Registry Study. The study, billed as the largest and most comprehensive wedding registry study in 2019, it turns out that the most requested item on couples’ gift registries is the KitchenAid Artisan Series 5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer.

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It is not surprising that the other items that the top five most requested were all kitchen-related: stainless steel measuring cup, a set of Pyrex containers, a toaster and a Ninja blender.

According to the survey, wedding registers, on average, about 111 different items for a value of approximately $4,700. Among the most popular items were bakeware, of which 87 percent of the couples enrolled. Within the kitchenware category, pans, kitchen utensils, appliances and kitchen accessories were all must-haves on the wedding registry.

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Although cash registers are on the rise, with 37 percent of the couples the election of a cash option, an increase of 27 percent in 2017 – and charity registries start to get traction with 11 percent of couples choose to opt for a charity to support as their main registry, the survey shows gift registries still reign supreme. Because there is nothing like starting your new life with a lot of new things.

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