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Registry Awards

Back again and better than ever, this year’s award-winning products are vetted by our editors and loved by couples like you. Explore every pick and add the ones you love to your list.
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Cookware
  • Cookware Sets
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  • Dutch Ovens and Roasters
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  • Food Storage
Editor's Pick
$900, Wayfair
This 14-piece set boasts even-heat technology and a chic brushed stainless steel exterior, earning it high marks in durability, performance and easy cleanup.
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Couples Pick
$300, Wayfair
Constructed with a nonstick interior (hello, easy washing!), this sleek black set has everything you need for searing, frying and simmering up your favorite dishes.
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Best New
$249, Equal Parts
New brand on the block Equal Parts cookware is constructed with streamlined small-space living and safe cooking (think: toxin and synthetic-free) in mind.
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Best Budget
$100, Wayfair
Novice cooks: these pans are perfect for you. Made from even-heat ceramic, they feature a unique indicator in the center that shows when the pan is perfectly preheated.
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Best Eco-Friendly
$395, Caraway Home
These pretty-hued pots and pans check literally every box—they’re made from non-stick ceramic, are oven safe up to 650-degrees and completely non-toxic.
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Cash Fund Spotlight
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Whether you consider yourselves total novices or complete pros in the kitchen, a cooking class is still a fun way to mix up your traditional date night plans.
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Register With Charities or Causes, Too!
Register With Charities or Causes, Too!
In 2019, hundreds of couples created a charity registry using GoFundMe, which earned over $244,000. Have a charity or cause that’s special to your heart? Ask for donations in addition to your other gifts today!
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15% of donations were for the American Cancer Society, which will help create breakthrough research, free places to stay and critical patient services.
12% helped the Alzheimer’s Association accelerate research and continue to provide much-needed Alzheimer’s care and support.
12% went to The Trevor Project, an American non-profit focused on suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ+ youth.
21% of funds were for Doctors Without Borders, an independent, global movement providing medical aid where it’s needed most.

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