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New Orleans stores offer wedding registry to couples
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When a couple is engaged and the wedding is fast approaching, guests and family members begin to think, “What should I get [the couple] as a wedding present?”

It’s typical to then search for the couple’s registry – a road that often leads to big-names stores and online sellers like Bed, Bath and Beyond, Macy’s or Amazon.com.

But, New Orleans is laden with homegrown retailers whose stores are filled with local art, textiles and even furniture making it possible to never have to shop outside of the Big Easy.

With this thought in mind, we’ve compiled a list of  New Orleans stores with wedding registries.

 

Hazelnut

This Magazine Street shop has all your home décor needs. Fill your registry with decorative accessories, frames and furniture items, among others. Any interested couple can create a registry on the store’s website.

 

Adler’s

Adler’s offers a registry consultant to help with any of your registry need. Each consultant is knowledgeable in fine china, crystal, stemware and homewares and can help couples find what best suits their needs.

 

Mignon Faget

Mignon Faget, which is known for its fine jewelry, particularly lines that celebrate New Orleans, has more of a “wish list” than a registry, but the company also offers many items for the home like crystal and linens.

 

Roux Royale

Located in the French Quarter, Roux Royale has all the New Orleans-themed and -related items that any Nola native’s kitchen may need. Couple’s interested in a registry can contact the store’s bridal specialist, Olivia, to schedule an in-store appointment or call with questions at 855-344-7700.

 

Friend & Company Fine Jewelers

Friend & Company is not just a local jeweler. The store offers myriad items for your home like stemware and serving dishes to art, frames and decorative items.

 

This is by no means a comprehensive list, but it will get you started just in time for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30. Do you have a favorite New Orleans store that offers wedding registries? Share in comments.

 

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