Louisville Bride

SPR-SUM 17

Louisville Bride magazine is Louisville, Kentucky's premier bridal publication, featuring photos of wedding gowns and listings for Louisville reception halls, caterers, wedding planners, photographers, and other wedding service providers.

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1 4 S p r i n g | S u m m e r B R I D E Your to-do list LOCAL REGISTRIES For the eclectic Edenside Gallery (1422 Bardstown Road) Our favorite thing about Edenside Gallery? While you're picking out home goods, you can peruse the store's jewelry selection for wedding bands. Michael Aram "Sassafrass" serving set, $89; Michael Aram "Enchanted Garden" frame, $90 For the traditionalist Dolfinger's (3937 Chenoweth Square) Picking out a china pattern is a rite of passage, and Dolfinger's has dozens of timeless styles to mix and match. If you want the handmade quality of Louisville Stoneware, the shop carries that too. Also registry-worthy: the shop's glassware and serveware. William Yeoward "Leckford" English bone china place setting, $50-$95 Sure, today's registries often favor experiences over material items. Honeymoon funding, charitable donations and even cooking classes are great for the couple that already has the basics. But your mother is right: You should probably at least have a small registry, not only because the more conventional guests will appreciate the guidance, but also because, let's face it, using two dinner forks to toss a salad is not the same as actually using tongs. Here, some local shops where you can register — sans scanner guns. For the everyday enjoyer Clay & Cotton (1341 Bardstown Road) Clay & Cotton's casual yet polished selection of serveware and bakeware evokes joy without the formal china patterns that you'd no doubt get tired of with daily use. Juliska "Graham" goblets, $86 each; Juliska medium shallow baker, $60; Juliska "Berry and Thread" five-piece place setting in blue, $148 For the conscious consumer Just Creations (2722 Frankfort Ave.) Trust us: You will want that set of conversation- starting wine goblets. But you're not limited to kitchen and dining items at this Fair Trade Federation nonprofit. Home decor items such as lamps, throws and picture frames can also go on your list. Mug (Nepal), $25; cheese board (Philippines), $35; cheese knives (India), $30; potholder (Nepal), $13; goblet (West Bank), $40

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