Wed­ding reg­istry pop­u­lar

Wangaratta Chronicle - North East Wedding Guide - - 12STEPS TO YOUR PERFECT WEDDING -

IF you are look­ing for spe­cial pieces to make your house a home once you are mar­ried, The Com­plete Gar­den in Wan­garatta of­fer a wed­ding reg­istry for en­gaged cou­ples.

Once reg­is­tered, cou­ples can choose the items they want from the store’s range, which are then placed on the reg­istry for the in­for­ma­tion of guests.

Wed­ding guests can then come to the shop and choose which item from the reg­istry they wish to give as a gift.

The Com­plete Gar­den’s Bec Dal­ton said the wed­ding reg­istry had been part of the ser­vices of­fered by the store since it opened al­most three years ago, and was pop­u­lar with sev­eral lo­cal cou­ples ev­ery year.

She said that guests can even ar­range to club to­gether in or­der to pur­chase more ex­pen­sive items in the reg­istry.

There are a wide range of items to choose from as gifts at The Com­plete Gar­den, from small gift­ware items in­clud­ing wall art to stat­ues, three piece ta­ble set­tings, wa­ter fea­tures, or­na­men­tal urns, and more.

There are also items such as stylish pod chairs and gar­den arch­ways avail­able.

Drop into The Com­plete Gar­den in Reid Street, Wan­garatta, to en­quire about the reg­istry or join the Com­plete Gar­den Wan­garatta Face­book page.

MOD­ERN SE­LEC­TION: Bec Dal­ton from The Com­plete Gar­den said brightly col­ored urns such as the ones pic­tured are among the pop­u­lar wed­ding reg­istry items in stock.

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