25 Minimalist Kitchen Items for Your Wedding Registry

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Listen, we all know that the days of registering for china sets are way behind us. More and more couples are already living together before they get engaged and start planning a wedding, so stocking your registry full of appliances and large items may not be a priority. Instead, this may be a great time to pick out some heirloom pieces that you know will last throughout your marriage and add them to your registry.

When picking out household items for your registry, we always recommend going with a more minimal style. You’re likely to change your style over the years, and sticking with neutral tones and clean lines means that your registry picks will always fit in no matter how much your tastes change. Here are 25 of our minimal faves to keep your kitchen functional and beautiful for years to come.
Serving & Utility 1. Sustainably Sourced Wooden Cutting Board and Serving Tray by Peg & Awl
Sustainably Sourced Wooden Cutting Board and Serving Tray by PEg & Awl
2. Minimalist Grid Circle Cheese Board and Trivet by Micush
Minimalist Grid Circle Cheese Board and Trivet by Micush
3. Sustainably Sourced Magnetic Wooden Knife Wall Rack by Peg & Awl
Sustainably Sourced Magnetic Wood Knife Wall Rack by Peg & Awl
4. Wooden Pizza Paddle and Serving Board by Downsworks
Wooden Pizza Paddle and Serving Board by Downsworks
5. Ceramic Spoon Rest by D Pottery
Ceramic Spoon Rest by D Pottery
6. Handmade White Ceramic Utensil Holder by Earth Fired
White Ceramic Utensil Holder by Earth Fired
7. Vintage Wooden Salad Serving Utensils by The Little Shop of Noras
Vintage Wood Salad Serving Utensils by The Little Shop of Noras
8. Wabi Sabi White Pottery Berry Bowl and Colander by Kate Voronina
Wabi Sabi White Pottery Berry Bowl and Colander by Kate Voronina
9. Handmade White Stoneware Teapot by Rebecca W Ceramics
Handmade White Stoneware Teapot by Rebecca W Ceramics
10. Vintage White Octagon Bowls by Shabby Tabby Salvage
Vintage White Octagon Bowls by Shabby Tabby Salvage
Food Storage 11. Gray and White Ceramic Salt and Pepper Shakers by Yahalomis
Gray and White Ceramic Salt and Pepper Shakers by Yahalomis
12. Sustainably Sourced Wooden Pinch Bowls by Peg & Awl
Sustainably SourceD Wooden Pinch Bowls by Peg & Awl
13. White Ceramic Kitchen Storage Containers by Kina Ceramics
White Ceramic Kitchen Storage Containers by Kina Ceramics
14. Organic Cotton Reusable Fabric Bowl Covers by Wild Clementine Co.
Organic Cotton Reusable Fabric Bowl Covers by Wild Clementine Co.
Kitchen Linens 15. Minimal Farmhouse Ladder Dish Towel Holder by Highland Design Co.
Minimal Farmhouse Ladder Dish Towel Holder by Highland Design Co
16. Striped Linen Kitchen Hand Towels by Alabatis
Striped Linen Kitchen Hand Towels by Alabatis
17. Minimal Spotted Cotton Flour Sack Kitchen Towel by Bright Beige
Minimal Spotted Cotton Flour Sack Kitchen Towels by Bright BEige
18. Minimal Mudcloth Table Runner by Kitsch Studios
Mudcloth Minimal Table Runner by Kitsch Studios
Kitchen Decor 19. 15” White Wooden Wall Clock by Woodlane Creation
15” Minimal White Wooden Wall Clock by Woodlane Creation
20. Downloadable Print at Home Navy and White Vase Wall Art Print by Lisa Nohren Designs
Downloadable Print at Home Vase Navy and White Wall Art Print by Lisa Nohren Designs
21. Minimal Concrete and Gold 17” Wall Clock by Graycrafters
Minimal Concrete and Gold 17” Wall Clock by Graycrafters
22. Downloadable Print at Home Kitchen Utensil Wall Art by Type Secret
Downloadable Print at Home Kitchen Utensil Wall Art by Type Secret
23. 15” Black Wood and Leather Wall Clock by Woodland Creation
15” Black Wood and Leather Wall Clock by Woodlane Creation
24. Set of 23 Marble 1” Hexagon Fridge Magnets by Rose White Lime
Set of 23 Marble 1” Hexagon Fridge Magnets by Rose White Lime
25. Downloadable Print at Home Lemon Drawing Art Print by Arte Printe
Downloadable Lemon Drawing Wall Art by Arte Printe
JEN SIOMACCO
Jen Siomacco is the CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Catalyst Wedding Co. She works to mesh together her love of feminism, love stories, accessibility, equality, and design into the Catalyst brand. When she’s not traveling the country working to make the wedding industry a more inclusive place, she’s writing on her couch and snuggled up with her husband and SUPER lazy cats.

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