Getting married comes with a lot of to-do lists and guest lists and thank-you card lists. While one of the more fun lists to compile is your wedding registry, it can also be a little daunting. We’ve compiled a list of the 23 items you might forget to add to your wedding registry, but shouldn’t.
Preparing a turkey or baking a ham may seem like something you won’t be doing for years, but when you want to prepare a special meal for your new spouse, this will save you from the cheap tin foil disposable back-up plan.
Serve individual-size desserts or use for small snacks, such as mixed nuts.
A shaker, a measuring cup and a pretty silver ice bucket will make any party instantly classier.
You know those pretty dessert and hors d’oeuvres displays you admire so much in magazines? Yeah, you can achieve that with one of these.
You may think this appliance is overrated, but when baking a meal for a small number of people, you can use this rather than having to heat up the large oven.
Save yourself from having to learn those fancy knife skills you see on the Food Network, and use the food processor to finely chop fruits and veggies.
Maybe you’ve never used one of these before, but you’ll find coating vegetables for roasting or chicken for barbecuing is a cinch with this brush.
Take the guesswork out of cooking meats with a meat thermometer, and never over- or undercook your dinner again.
Many recipes call for shredded cheese, but the flour-covered kind you buy in bags is no where near as tasty, or melts as well, as freshly grated cheese.