Must-Have Registry Surprises for the Dream Wedding Couple!

by Jamie Miles

Congratulations again to our dream wedding couple, Sierra and Andre, who said “I Do" yesterday in a beautiful ceremony held in New York City! If you weren't able to tune in, find out what you missed. Every detail was just perfect!

Target surprised the newlyweds by sending them a few of their most popular registry items to congratulate them. They LOVED all the registry gifts, and so did we, so if you're creating your own wedding registry be sure to consider adding some of these:


1. KitchenAid Power Stand Mixer, $300
Food prep has never been easier with this retro-inspired stand mixer which comes complete with a whisk, flat beaters and dough hooks.

2. Nikon 1 J1 10MP Digital Camera, $500
This digital camera is compact, portable and super high performance. It shoots Full HD video and sharp stills. It also has an interchangeable lens so you can get as close a shot as you want.

3. Fieldcrest Luxury Egyptian Cotton Sheet Set, $64
These sheets come in a wide variety of colors, all with a threadcount of 600, guaranteeing a sound night's sleep.

4. Dyson DC35 Digital Multi Floor Vacuum, $330
This cordless vacuum has a super-efficient motor, said to clean three times faster than traditional motors. It also has a head pivot for easy steering and a detachable wand so you can reach even the hard-to-get places.

5. Riedel Champagne Flutes, $40
Toast in style and allow your champagne to breathe in these beautiful well-crafted Riedel flutes.

6. Sodastream White Source Soda Maker, $130
Turn water into soda within seconds, like magic! You can customize your carbonation level and it's even convenient if you're on-the-go, thanks to the plastic container.

7. Kitchen Essentials 10 piece Cookware Set, $200
This non-stick cookware set makes it easy to prepare all your favorite recipes. With one gift, your kitchen is nearly complete!

Watch Sierra and Andre's surprise!

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