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📷: The White Elephant

Your Ocean State wedding is just seven months out and that means one thing (okay one of many things): It’s time to start thinking registires.

By Kaitlyn Murray

Tired of Target?

Then encourage your guests to shop local instead. Most of the businesses listed below do not have a registry set in place, but don’t let that stop you — allows couples to add any item from any store to their wedding wish lists.

Stock Culinary Goods

  • Known for: All things Foodie
  • Must scan: A Matt Hall Horseshoe Crab Bottle Opener and/or a Coffee Milk Candle

Frog and Toad

  • Known for: Funky knickknacks
  • Must scan: A Federal Hill Mug or a RI Map Mason Jar

URE Outfitters

  • Known for: Active lifestyle gear
  • Must scan: A Eureka tent and/or a pair of matching Deuter backpacks

Providence Art Glass

  • Known for: Modern home furnishings
  • Must scan: An Ocean Blues Banded Wall Sconce and/or a Mosaic Concrete and Glass Coffee Table

Giraffes and Robots

  • Known for: Colorful Rhody-centric wall art
  • Must scan: A Rhode Island Red print and/or a Box of Doughnuts print

The White Elephant

  • Known for: Cozy home accents and furnishings
  • Must scan: Hand painted Home Sweet Home sign and/or a restored antique vanity set

In Lieu of Gifts

If your home already has everything that Bed Bath and Beyond has to offer, point your guests towards a cause that’s close to your hearts instead. Choose from the Rhode Island-based charities below (or find another worthy cause) and then set up your donation registry on

Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Dorian J. Murray Foundation

Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation

Day One

Rhode Island Community Food Bank

Save the Bay



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