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Darcy's Diary: Check Out These Chic Registry Finds, Plus a Fun Way to Ask Your 'Maids

See what our Editor-at-Large, Darcy Miller, is loving for weddings this week!

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Tory Burch Registry for Zola
Photography by: Courtesy of Zola

Tory Burch Registry at Zola


New news for setting your table. For all brides who covet anything Tory Burch, a selection of her home collection is finally available for bridal registry on Zola (the ingenious site that combines registries from hundreds of brands so you can register for anything from table linens to a cheese-making class). Tory's china collection consists of classics like her blue and white spongeware and her signature Dodie Thayer Lettuce Ware collection in its original green, inspired by 1960s Palm Beach. Dodie herself is an American potter and artisan whose lettuce ware pieces have been collected by notables like the Duchess of Windsor and Jackie O. In addition to china and stemware, there are also chic cocktail napkins and candles, which make great gifts for your bridal party.

 

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Maggie Louise Will You Be my Bridesmaid Chocolates
Photography by: Courtesy of Maggie Louise Confec

Maggie Louise "Be My Maid" Chocolates

 

Is there a "sweeter" way to ask your closest friends to be your bridesmaids than with chocolate? These "Be my Maid?" boxes from Maggie Louise are an adorable and delicious way to pop the second most important question of the occasion—or even as a bridal party gift. They look almost too good to be eaten. If you just want to give your gifts S.W.A.K., why not give a box of lips and M-W-A-H? Maggie Louise does tons of custom boxes, too. Why not a "Peace Love and Breakfast Tacos" box for wedding in the Lone Star state? No matter what you choose, they'll know how appreciated they are.

Striped tablescape
Photography by: SophistiPlate via Instagram

Sophistiplate

 

Nothing beats fine china, but a lot of parties (and cleanup) call for disposable. If you're having a beach barbecue for your rehearsal dinner or a bridal shower picnic, you'll be looking for something chic yet disposable and lightweight. Enter Sopshistiplate. Their single-use tabletop products span the spectrum from charger plates to dessert bowls and, best of all, look anything but disposable. From satin gold to ivory, these sets are perfect for engagement parties and more. Plus, they're sold as curated sets or you can buy your favorites individually.

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About the Author

Darcy Miller

Darcy joined Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in 1992 to work on the launch of Martha Stewart Living and has been actively involved with Martha Stewart Weddings since the first issue in 1995. An avid scrapbooker and scrapboxer, she is also our resident celebrations expert and makes regular media appearances showing beautiful entertaining ideas for weddings and all of life’s other happy...

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