What Jim and Pam's Wedding Registry Would Have Included

Teapot? Check.
Pam Beesly and Jim Halpert in The Office
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Sarah Hanlon
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Sarah Hanlon
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  • Sarah is the Entertainment & Celebrity Editor for The Knot, with special focuses on pop culture and celebrity wedding news.
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Updated Feb 13, 2020
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If you ever find yourself daydreaming about the lives of fictional characters, you're not alone—especially if it includes your favorite couples like Jim and Pam from The Office. What started as an innocent office crush quickly turned into a love story that defined #RelationshipGoals, solidifying their spot as one of TV's most beloved couples. One of their most memorable moments was their swoon-worthy Niagara Falls wedding. But have you ever wondered what their nuptials would've looked like in real life?

Creating a registry is part of the wedding planning process, so we can't help but imagine what Jim and Pam would have put on their wishlist. We binge-watched researched to determine exactly what the Halperts would have registered for ahead of their wedding day. From a pasta-maker (Jim's affinity for Italian food) to a wine glass set and, yes, even a teapot, these products would've landed a spot on the couple's wedding registry. Browse our selections below—and if you happen to be in the process of making a registry for your upcoming wedding, add a few Halpert-approved products to your own.

A Teapot


Of course Jim and Pam's registry wouldn't be complete without a teapot. The sweet gift originates back to Season 2, when Jim fills a teal teapot with sentimental presents for Pam as part of the office's Christmas party present swap. Since that one would serve as a sentimental keepsake, they'd need to register for a teapot they could actually use.

Le Creuset traditional teapot in Caribbean, $40, BedBathandBeyond.com

Bar Tools Kit

brass barwear

In honor of the night Pam felt God in Chili's, the duo's newlywed nest wouldn't be complete without a sleek barware kit. Since Pam was banned from Chili's after the incident, she could use this set to make her own margaritas from the comfort of home (wearing the whitest sneakers, of course).

Aaron Probyn Chelsea barware in Brass, from $14, WestElm.com

Pasta Maker

pasta maker

Fans will recall that when Jim opened up to the cameras when he started falling in love, he spoke in code to keep his feelings on the down-low. "Yep. I'm very passionate about Italian food," he says. "In fact, um, I'm in love with Italian food." Of course, this is code for Pam, not Italian food, but the iconic line derves recognition in the form of a pasta maker on their wedding registry.

Marcato Atlas 150 pasta machine and pasta bike, $90, SurLaTable.com

Cash Funds

There's no doubt that Jim and Pam would register for cash funds ahead of their wedding. Not only would this help fund their wedding trip to Niagara Falls, Pam could put money toward art classes while Jim would use it for Philadelphia sports tickets.

Wine Glass Set

wine glass

After Michael Scott's failed dinner party, the Halperts likely wouldn't be traveling to anyone else's house for wine and osso bucco that takes three hours to cook. With these wine glasses, they could enjoy a night in with just each other. (But if they do decide to host a group, this set of eight glasses will ensure that no one would have to bring their own à la Dwight Schrute.)

Nattie red wine glasses, $32 for set of 8, CrateandBarrel.com

A Bluetooth Speaker

bluetooth speaker

Included in the infamous teapot was a cassette, which was likely a mixtape of Jim and Pam's favorite songs. If they were to register today, a portable bluetooth speaker would land on their wishlist so they could listen to their playlists wherever and whenever.

JBL Flip 4 waterproof portable bluetooth speaker in Black, $75, Amazon.com

Grilled Cheese Press

smart touch panini press

Jim makes a mean grilled cheese—so good, in fact, that he made his go-to sandwich for Pam on their first date on the Dunder Mifflin rooftop. With a smart grill like this, Jim's famous recipe would taste even better.

Breville BGR820XL smart grill, $300, Amazon.com

Polaroid Camera

polaroid camera

While preparing for their wedding day, Pam tells Jim to take mental pictures of the high points so he won't forget them. But with a polaroid camera on their registry, they wouldn't need to worry about forgetting any of their sweet moments together.

Polaroid Originals OneStep+, $140, Target.com

Smart Home Device

amazon alexa

Jim accidentally ruined the Glee viewing party with his co-workers when he changed the channel to check a sports score without realizing Erin wasn't recording the episode. If he had a smart home device, like an Alexa, he could have checked the score without ruining the show, making this a registry must-have.

Amazon Echo dot 3rd generation in Charcoal, $50, Amazon.com

Stationery Set

stationery set

A personalized stationery set is a necessary addition to Jim and Pam's registry. After all, they need some sort of material for their paper airplanes and love letters to each other. This personalized set from Paper Source is the best of both worlds.

Paper Source paper plane stationery, $36 for a set of 20, PaperSource.com

Casino Game

poker game set

It was during Dunder Mifflin's casino game night that Jim confessed his feelings for Pam, so a poker set would be a sentimental inclusion to their wedding registry.

West State Gamerooms poker set, $22, Amazon.com

Picture Frame Set

brass gallery frame set

Jim and Pam collected plenty of mementos throughout their relationship, including love letters, art pieces, memos and more. A simple gallery frame set would allow them to preserve their favorite pieces and display them for years to come.

Williams Sonoma antique gallery frames in Brass, from $80, Williams-Sonoma.com

Philadelphia Skyline Art

Philadelphia skyline art

Philadelphia ultimately plays a large role in Jim and Pam's relationship. Even though they don't move to the City of Brotherly Love until years after their wedding, a portrait of the skyline would likely land a spot on their registry for Jim's love of the city's sports and for Pam's passion for art.

Scenic Route Shop Philadelphia Pennsylvania skyline line art, from $26, Etsy.com

Basketball Hoop

basketball hoop

As an avid sports fan, a miniature basketball hoop set is a must for Jim's desk.

Franklin Sports pro hoops basketball, $20, Target.com



Jim and Pam's heartfelt presents for each other would get a major upgrade with a Cricut crafting machine. This popular registry addition would let the duo upgrade their DIY skills.

Cricut Explore Air 2 in Blue, $249, Amazon.com

Art Supplies

art supplies

Given the importance art holds in Pam's life, she'd register for a supplies kit to practice her passion when she's not working at Dunder Mifflin.

Kingart 36ct premium brushes & paint with storage bundle, $133, Target.com

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