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People often complain about the stress of planning a wedding, but there's one incredibly fun part of the process that no bride will deny: creating her registry. Whether you’re in the market for a fancy food processor or some champagne glasses, picking out gifts is a total treat. That being said, it's a good idea to be strategic about what you put on your list.
“Since some couples are already living together, it’s best to register for items that you wouldn’t normally buy on your own,” says Elizabeth Brook of Wedgewood Wedding & Banquet Center. “Either way, it’s important to make these gifts timeless.”
As a professional bridesmaid who's worked with over 40 brides in the last year (and acted as their go-to gal pal when it came time to run amok with a scanner), I've learned a thing or two about registry mishaps. To get you started, here are six things I've learned brides shouldn't bother registering for.