Lucy is the Deputy Editor of APW and a freelance designer/writer hybrid. When not coming up with weird self-challenges, she can be found marathoning TV shows or playing board games. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, her moderately internet-famous pup, and two cats. She takes herself very seriously.
One of the more frustrating things about registry checklists is that they can be super presumptive about what married life looks like (goodbye adventure, hello home-cooked dinners). Which is why I’m a big fan of flexible registries like Zola Registry. With a sizeable internal inventory, the flexibility to add registry items from any online retailer (plus experiences and honeymoon fund options), Zola lets you create a registry that’s reflective of your actual life together with your partner, not some marketer’s prescription for marriage. If you’re going to go to the trouble of creating a registry, and if your guests are going to go to the trouble (and cost) of buying you things off of said registry, you might as well like the stuff you’re registering for.…Keep Reading
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