Artisanal Wedding Gift Registry, Brought to You By Lauren Conrad

LC is at it again! Inspired by world travels, Lauren and her close friend Hannah Skvarla are bringing authentic marketplace finds from around the world to your registry.
by Andrea Fowler
Artisanal handmade products from The Little Market

Co-founded by Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla, The Little Market is an online boutique that sources from over 26 different artisan partners from 16 countries all over the world. Now, thanks to their brand new wedding registry feature, you can add these one-of-a-kind products to your wish list—from soy candles to cross body bags—and be 100% confident the purchase is going straight back to the artist who produced it. Check out some of our favorite picks:

Pink ombre cotton coasters

It's about that time for summer soirees and afternoon barbecues, and these hand woven 100% cotton coasters are sure to brighten up the party.

Pink Ombre Coasters, $4,

The Little Market aqua stemless wine glass

Pair these one-of-a-kind stemless wine glasses with their margarita glass, tumbler, wine glass and pitcher counterparts. If you're feeling spunky, register for different colors for a totally unique glassware set.

Aqua Stemless Wine Glass, $16,

Striped rectangular table linen with fringe

We envision this neutral linen draped over a wooden family-style table, accessorized with pitchers of sangria and taco fixings. And yes, it's machine washable.

Rectangle Striped Tablecloth, $120,

Pink serving tray

Liven up a coffee table with this accent tray or use it as a vessel to transport small bites.

Small Blush Tray, $88,

Hand woven bowl with aqua polka dots

Woven from locally grown and recycled materials, an accent bowl like this can display everything from fruit to tortilla chips.

Large Woven Bowl, $32,

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