The Bridal Registry
The practice of a bridal registry was started in the US by Chicago-founded department store Marshall Field’s in 1924. Better known as a wedding list, this tradition was a means for engaged couples to indicate their chosen china, silver and crystal patterns to family and friends.
In the past few years, the concept has evolved with specialised versions such as honeymoon registry, charity registry, or simply asking for money. Personally, I am all about tradition – and the Amara bridal registry is at the top of my list!
Amara bridal registry offers a unique & bespoke gift list service, with unparalleled access to luxury & designer home brands such as exclusively; Ralph Lauren & Roberto Cavalli.
Amara is here to make the bride and groom’s shopping experience as simple and enjoyable as possible, offering award winning customer service.
Each client is appointed a wedding consultant for a personal and pleasurable experience both for themselves and their guests. It is easy to select and create a wedding list with thousands of gift ideas, but if the couple are unsure in any way they can be guided by their wedding coordinator who is always on hand to make sure it is one of the most enjoyable aspects of their wedding arrangements.
For a comprehensive wedding list that offers flexibility with a broad choice, the Amara bridal registry is the perfect place.