How To Make a Crate & Barrel Wedding Registry

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Living the married (or rather soon-to-be-married) life comes with one big perk — creating your very own wedding gift registry! We’ve all been there — looking in awe at the shiny porcelain plates, the soft rugs, and the colored kitchen linens. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can make your very own Crate and Barrel wedding registry.

Here’s what we’ll cover in this guide
• How To Make a Crate & Barrel Wedding Registry
• What Are The Benefits of Crate and Barrel Wedding Registry?
• How To Search For Other Crate and Barrel Registries?

How To Make a Crate & Barrel Wedding Registry

From sheets to servingware, Crate and barrel has it all.

With their timeless aesthetic, many couples flock to create a wedding registry at Crate and barrel.

So let’s not waste any more time and jump right into it!

Step 1 – Go to

You can click here at to get there faster.

You’ll end up a page that looks like this:

Once you’re here, go ahead and fill out your first and last name, email, and select ‘Wedding’ under Event Type. Then hit continue.

Next, you’ll want to fill out some basic information about your wedding, like number of guests, event date, and your address for Crate and Barrel to ship your items to.

Eventually as you continue to fill out the form with your wedding details, you’ll get to the bottom of the form.

Hit “Create my registry” at the bottom when you’re done.

And here is how your backend dashboard will look like:

This is what guests will see when they view your wedding registry.

So feel free to add a nice welcome message with some pictures!

Step 2 – Add wedding gifts to your registry

Now for the fun stuff — adding your wedding gifts!

The great thing about a Crate and Barrel registry is their registry checklist.

This checklist is great at giving you ideas for what you and your partner are most likely to need after your wedding.

Once you browse through the registry checklist and the rest of the website, go ahead and add the items to your registry!

Note: Make sure to click “Add to registry” and NOT “Add to cart”.

Step 3 – Share your Crate and Barrel registry with guests

Now that you’ve gone ahead and added your heart’s desire to your Crate and Barrel registry, it’s time to share your list with your guests!

Scroll to the top and look for the ‘Wedding Registry’ tab.

Click ‘Manage my Registry’ to head back to your registry dashboard.

In your registry dashboard, look for the ‘Share’ button on the top right.

This will automatically copy the URL to your Crate & Barrel wedding registry.

From here, you can paste the URL to any invitations via email, text, social media, and more!

And that’s all there really is to creating a Crate and Barrel wedding registry — super easy, right?

Ready to get started? Head on over to

What Are The Benefits of Crate and Barrel Wedding Registry?

Their registry checklist

This feature is super neat. It shows you common items that most couples ask for on wedding registries under different tabs ranging from bedroom to kitchen to furniture.

Their wedding trends

Crate and Barrel is always up-to-date on the wedding trends in the world. They collaborate with many art groups to bring new designs and uniques pieces for couples to enjoy as a wedding gift.

The Crate and Barrel Design Desk

If moving into a new place is in your plans after your wedding, then Crate and Barrel’s Design Desk is a feature you’ll love.

You can get in touch with their interior designers via online appointment or in-store to visualize your living space.

Ready to get started? Head on over to

Head on over to to lookup registries in people’s names.

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John Anderson
With over two decades of wedding experience, John Anderson is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor at Life Line Wedding. He writes a variety of articles spanning over multiple areas of expertise including engagement rings, diamonds, wedding jewelry, and wedding planning. John's mission is to help soon-to-be-married couples make educated and well-informed decisions. He now spends his time writing articles to help couples on John is based in Brooklyn, NY.