Something New: This Wedding Registry Site Is For The 21st Century Bride

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    Sure, weddings may have all the snazzy hallmarks of a good time (cake, booze, dancing), but the fun doesn’t have to halt post-ceremony. Nope, that's where unwrapping the giftables comes into play. Sadly, most registries leave you scanning boring ol' china sets and candle holders, and um, where’s the fun in that? We’re pretty sure the phrase “something blue” shouldn’t apply to your face.

    That’s where NewlyWish comes in, an innovative registry site that has us uttering "I Do." Instead of putting all your eggs into one basket, at NewlyWish your registry applies to a plethora of standout boutiques — ranging from glitzy bling at Merci to a mason jar (cue the hipster wedding) full of decadent One Girl Cookies. Presents like that would have us practically darting down the aisle!

    The best part? For every couples’ unique style – whether it's sophisticated and classic or eco and eclectic — there’s a whole section of goodies curated for each! NewlyWish's style editor, Kate Imbach (who is also the genius behind this literary swimsuit site!), gave us her insider tips to decipher what style works for every couple, plus the covetable offerings to match. Click through after the jump for gifts you'll want to have and to hold!

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