Our Gift Registry - Your Local Option!
Whether you’re shopping for a bridal occasion, birthday, anniversary, or a special occasion, we make it happen effortlessly from selection to delivery. With our unique products, we'll help you create a registry and outfit a well-equipped kitchen (see our Kitchen Essentials list below). Plus, shopping locally helps support our community. Thank you for registering with us!
Step 1: Make an appointment with us where we’ll give you personalized assistance as you create your registry.
Step 2: After your personal appointment, we’ll create a Registry webpage just for you. We’ll feature your selected items, and, if you like, we’ll include a photo of you or an engagement photo to headline the page..
To Shop for a Registry Gift:
Step 1: Select a gift from the registrant’s list of selected items.
Step 2: Complete the purchase by:
- Shopping online through the Registry Page
- Stop by in person, and select a gift (no shipping!)
- Call us and purchase via phone
Step 3: We’ll gift wrap for free, deliver within Wimberley, or ship via UPS outside the area (shipping fees apply)
Often, we have customers ask us what they should have in their kitchen as basic tools that they can not be without. Minimally, these are the things every kitchen needs. Since the foundation of your kitchen is knives and cookware, let's start there. Beyond this, there are many new time saving tools. It just depends on how much drawer space you have. Several of my "gadgets", I would not want to be without. Come see us and we will show you our favorites!
- 8" Chef's knife
- 4" Paring knife
- 8-9" Bread knife (which is also great for slicing meat & tomatoes)
- Sharpening Steel Wooden Cutting Board
- 10" Non-stick Frying Pan
- 4 Qt Stainless Steel Sauté Pan
- 6-8 Qt Stock Pot or Dutch Oven
- Cast Iron Grill Pan
- 3 Qt Sauce Pan w/Lid
- 4 Qt Sauce Pan w/Lid
- 9x13 Ceramic Baking Dish
- 13x18 Jelly Roll Sheet Pan
- Silpat Baking Mat
- Bundt Cake Pan
- Muffin Pan
- Silicone Spatula
- Strainer Scoop
- Cheese Grater
- Bench Scraper
- Hot Mitts or Pot Holders
- Hand-held Mixer
- Can Opener
- Stainless Steel Measuring Cups
- Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons
- 2 Cup & 4 Cup Glass Measuring Cup
- Mixing Bowl Set of 3 Sizes
- Wooden Spoon
- Silicone or Boar's Hair Basting Brush
- Balloon Whisk
- Metal Tongs
- Metal Spatula/Turner
- Potato Masher
Wedding Registry Tips:
1. Begin the Registration process early.
Friends and family will want to send gifts early. Recommendations for when to set up the registry vary from immediately after getting engaged to a minimum of four months before the wedding date. This is great for any pre-wedding celebration such as; engagement parties, showers, bachelorette parties, etc.
2. Meet with a consultant.
If possible, schedule an appointment with a free consultant. Their expertise on products most useful to a couple, product information, and special incentives such as; Completion Programs will be most helpful.
3. Register together as a couple.
Choose products that reflect who you are. Make a list of what products you have and those you will need before you go to register.
4. Choose more than one location for your registry.
Two to four registries will give the guests more options and is a manageable number.
5. Consider the need for “everyday” and “formal” items.
Consider two versions of dinnerware, glassware, linens, flatware and serving pieces. When choosing the amount of place settings it is a good idea to request eight to twelve. Consider how many guests you will have during the holidays as well as dinner parties.
6. Choose a wide variety of prices which will accommodate all budgets in the gift giving process.
Request more products than the number of people on your guest list. You are doing a favor to your guests by giving them more choices.
7. Register for a few unique products that you may not purchase for yourself such as; fondue pot, juicer, etc.
8. Take your time.
If you register in a hurry or rush your decisions, you may regret them later or miss products that you need. You can always add more products at a later date.
9. Shipping Concerns:
Make sure to request that shipping the gifts is an option, confirm the designated address for shipping, this will make the gift giving as easy as possible for your guests.
10. Update your registry.
Monitor your registry and the products purchased and consider adding things to maintain a good price range. Most gifts are bought between 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after the wedding so make sure to update and add products at this time especially.
11. Review the fine print.
Check out the registry’s policies on returns, exchanges, gift cards and store credit. Also review how long the registry will remain open so friends and family can purchase gifts for anniversaries and holidays.
12. Spread the word to your guests!
Having the registry listed on your personal online wedding page is acceptable as well as letting your friends and family spread the word. Do not include registry information in the wedding invitation, although it is acceptable to list the information in your bridal shower invitations since this comes from the person hosting the shower and not the wedding couple.
13. Double check with the consultant after the wedding on the specifics of a Completion Program.
Is there a discount for products that you will purchase that you did not receive from the original wedding registry? If so, what is the time limit? Can you purchase more than one time in that period or is it a one-time purchase?
14. Express your gratitude.
Thank you notes for all gifts should be mailed within two months from your wedding date. If you received cash from the guest, let them know what the money will be used for.